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17 highest bidder, after three months public notice, describing the 18 route of such railroad, in the State paper, and in such news
19 papers in the city or village where said railroad shall be located
20 as the Legislature shall direct. The whole avails of such sale
21 shall belong to the city or village in which said railroad shall
22 be located.
1 SEC. 24. No office shall be created for weighing, gauging,
2 culling or inspecting any merchandise, manufactures, produce or
3 commodity whatever, but nothing in this section contained shall
4 affect any office created for the purpose of protecting the public
5 health or the interests of the State in its property, revenue, tolls
6 or purchases, or of supplying the people with correct standards
ī of weights and measures, or shall prevent the creation of any
8 offices for such purposes hereafter.
Sec. 25. The Legislature may, on application of the
2 Board of Supervisors, provide for the election of local
3 officers, not to exceed two in any county, to discharge 4 the duties of county judge and of Surrogate, in cases
5 of their inability or of a vacancy, and to exercise 6 such other powers in special cases as may be provided
7 by law.
Passed over by consent.
1 Sec. 26. The Legislature shall provide for the
2 speedy publication of all statute laws and of such judi1 SEC. 21. The Legislature shall not exempt any Committee
2 property from taxation except churches, burial grounds, 3 and that of free colleges and incorporated academies,
4 and of all common or public schools organized pursu
5 ant to the laws of this State and subject to the super
6 vision of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Sec. 22. The political year and Legislative term shall com
2 mence on the first day of January.
1 SEC. 23. No railroad shall hereafter be constructed This section
Sept. 3d. 2 or operated within any of the cities or incorporated
3 villages of this State, until the consent of the local
4 authorities of such village or city shall be first obtained
5 for that purpose, and also the consent of the owners of
6 at least one-half in value of the property on the line
7 of the streets through or over which the same shall be
8 constructed, be previously had and obtained for that
9 purpose; or in case the consent of such property 10 owners be not obtained, then with the consent of the
11 general term of the Supreme Court of the district in
12 which such road shall be located to be first obtained;
13 such consent to be obtained and authenticated in such
14 manner as the Legislature shall by general law for that
15 purpose provide. The franchise allowing such railroad
16 to be operated, shall be sold at public auction to the
15 In any case for which provision has been made by any existing
16 general law.
17 And the Legislature shall pass general laws providing for 18 the cases enumerated in this section, and for all other cases whero 19 a general law can be made applicable.
3 cial decisiɔns as it may deem expedient. And all laws and
4 judicial decisions shall be free for publication by any person.
1 Sec. 27. No local or private bill shall be passed by the 2 Legislature unless notice of the intention to apply therefor shall 3 have been given in the manner now or hereafter to be provided 4 by law, and no action of the L-gislature shall be deemed or 5 taken as a waiver of suclı notice, nor shall the Legislature in
6 any manner waive the same.
SEC. 28. The Legislature shall not pass local or special laws
Authorizing the sale, mortgaging or leasing of the rcal prop.
5 erty of minors or other persons under dis:ibility;
For laying out, working or discontinuing public or private
8 roads or ligh ways;
For granting to any individual, association or corporation the 10 right to lay down railroad tracks in any locality within this
12 Releasing the right of the State to lands acquired by cscheat 13 or forfeiture by reason of alienage; 14
Giving eff:ct to informal or invalid deeds or wills; (Cox. No. 130.]