[Rev. 5/20/2016 10:39:14 AM--2015]

INDEX TO THE CONSTITUTION OF NEVADA

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ABRIDGMENTS

      Freedom of speech and press, abridgment prohibited, Art. 1 § 9

ABSENCE FROM STATE

      Governor, Art. 5 § 18

      Judicial officer, vacation of office, Art. 6 § 17

      Lieutenant Governor, Art. 5 § 17

ACCOUNTS AND ACCOUNTING

      Book accounts, exempt from taxation, Art. 10 § 1

ACCUSATIONS

      Presentment or indictment, when necessary, Art. 1 § 8

ACCUSED PERSONS

      Bail (See BAIL)

      Counsel, right to, Art. 1 § 8

      Double jeopardy prohibited, Art. 1 § 8

      Due process of law guaranteed, Art. 1 § 8

      Rights in criminal prosecutions, Art. 1 § 8

      Self-incrimination, protection against, Art. 1 § 8

ACQUITTAL

      Libel, truth as a defense, Art. 1 § 9

ACTIONS

      Corporations, capacity to sue and be sued, Art. 8 § 5

      Fees, Art. 6 § 16

      Law and equity may be administered in same action, Art. 6 § 14

      Minimum wage laws, enforcement, Art. 15 § 16

      One form only, Art. 6 § 14

      Property exempt from taxation, choses in action, Art. 10 § 1

      State of Nevada, provision made by general law for action against, Art. 4 § 22

      Style of process, Art. 6 § 13

      Territorial transition to State, pending suits, Art. 17 § 1, Art. 17 § 4

      Trials in civil actions, Art. 1 § 3

      Venue, enactment of local or special laws by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Victims of crime, sovereign immunities related to rights of victims, Art. 1 § 8, Art. 1 § 8A

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND PROCEDURE

      Legislative review of administrative regulations, Art. 3 § 1

AGE

      Electors, Art. 2 § 1

      Governor, Art. 5 § 3

AGED PERSONS

      Property tax, transfer of base value of principal residence, proposed amendment, Art. 10 § 7

AGRICULTURE

      Agricultural real property, assessment and taxation, Art. 10 § 1

      College of Agriculture, establishment, Art. 11 § 4, Art. 11 § 8

      Improvements, encouragement by Legislature, Art. 11 § 1

      Livestock, property tax exemption for personal property, Art. 10 § 1

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

      Taxation, Art. 10 § 3[A]

AMENDMENTS, GENERALLY (See CONSTITUTION, STATE)

APPEALS

      Civil actions, fees, Art. 6 § 16

      Judges or justices, appeal from action in disciplinary proceedings, Art. 6 § 21

      Justice court to district court

             Appellate jurisdiction of district court, Art. 6 § 6

             Legislative power to prescribe, Art. 6 § 8

      Municipal court to district court, Art. 6 § 8

      Supreme Court, jurisdiction, Art. 6 § 4

APPEALS, COURT OF

      Compensation of judges, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 6 § 15, Art. 15 § 9

      Composition, Art. 6 § 3A

      Court of record, Art. 6 § 8

      Decisions, publication, effective date, Art. 15 § 8

      Disability or disqualification of judge, Art. 6 § 4

      Disciplinary proceeding against judge, Art. 6 § 21, Art. 7 § 3

      Ineligibility of judge for other office, Art. 6 § 11

      Judicial power vested in, Art. 6 § 1

      Jurisdiction, Art. 6 § 4

      Terms of court, Art. 6 § 7

      Vacancy in office of judge, power of Governor to fill, Art. 6 § 20

APPEARANCES

      Accused person’s right to appear and defend in any court, Art. 1 § 8

APPOINTMENTS

      Bribery to procure, Art. 4 § 10

      Judicial Discipline, Commission on, Art. 6 § 21

      Judicial officers, vacancies in office filled by Governor, Art. 6 § 20

      Judicial Selection, Commission on, Art. 6 § 20

      Legislators, appointment to civil office of profit restricted, Art. 4 § 8

      Public officers, Art. 15 § 10

      Superintendent of Public Instruction, Art. 11 § 1

      Vacancies in office filled by Governor, Art. 5 § 8, Art. 17 § 22

APPORTIONMENT

      Legislators, Art. 4 § 5, Art. 15 § 13, Art. 17 § 6

      Representation according to population, Art. 1 § 13

APPRAISALS

      Eminent domain, provision of copies to property owner, Art. 1 § 22

APPROPRIATIONS

      Initiative making appropriation, limitation, Art. 19 § 6

      Legislature, session expenses, Art. 4 § 33

      Minerals, appropriation to each county from tax on net proceeds, Art. 10 § 5

      Money drawn from Treasury, Art. 4 § 19

      Necessary to carry out obligations of the State, Art. 9 § 3

      Standing army, time limit, Art. 1 § 11

      University and common schools, support, Art. 11 § 3, Art. 11 § 6

ARMED FORCES (See also STATE MILITIA)

      Army, maintenance and financing, Art. 1 § 11

      Constitution, ratification, voting by military personnel, Election Ordinance

      Federal Government, use to compel obedience to its authority, Art. 1 § 2

      Militia fine, prohibition on imprisonment for, Art. 1 § 14

      Quartering soldiers in private houses, Art. 1 § 12

      Subordinate to civil power, Art. 1 § 11

ARMS

      Right to keep and bear, Art. 1 § 11

      State Militia, safekeeping of public arms, Legislature to provide by law, Art. 12 § 1

ARREST ON CIVIL PROCESS

      Electors immune from arrest, when, Art. 2 § 4

      Legislature, members exempt from arrest during session, Art. 4 § 11

ASSEMBLY

      Right of, Art. 1 § 10

ASSEMBLY MEMBERS (See also SENATORS, STATE)

      Absent members, compelling attendance, Art. 4 § 13

      Appointment to civil office of profit, restriction, Art. 4 § 8

      Arrest, exemption during session, Art. 4 § 11

      Compensation, Art. 4 § 28, Art. 4 § 33, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 15 § 9, Art. 17 § 5

      Disorderly or contemptuous conduct, punishment, Art. 4 § 6

      Election, Art. 4 § 3, Art. 4 § 6, Term Limits Act

      Expenses, postage, express charges, newspapers and stationery, Art. 4 § 33

      Expulsion, Art. 4 § 6

      Former Legislators, appointment to civil office of profit restricted, Art. 4 § 8

      Ineligibility to hold certain offices, Art. 4 § 8

      Number, Art. 4 § 5, Art. 15 § 6

      Oath of office, Art. 15 § 2

      Performance of duties out-of-session, proposed amendment, Art. 4 § 33

      Qualifications, Art. 4 § 3, Art. 4 § 5, Art. 4 § 6

      Recall petition, Art. 2 § 9

      Terms of office

             First election under Constitution, Art. 17 § 10, Art. 17 § 11

             Length of term, Art. 4 § 3, Art. 17 § 10, Art. 17 § 11

             Limitation, Art. 4 § 3

      Vacancies in office, Art. 4 § 12

ASSEMBLY, STATE (For general provisions, see LEGISLATURE)

      Arrest, members exempt, Art. 4 § 11

      Chief Clerk, signing of enrolled bills and resolutions, Art. 4 § 18

      Committee meetings to be open, exception, Art. 4 § 15

      Contemptuous behavior during session, punishment, Art. 4 § 7

      Continuity of government in event of enemy attack, Art. 4 § 37

      Disorderly conduct during session, punishment, Art. 4 § 7

      Employees, compensation, Art. 4 § 28

      Impeachment, powers, Art. 7 § 1

      Members (See ASSEMBLY MEMBERS)

      Officers

             Compensation, Art. 4 § 28

             Selection, Art. 4 § 6

      Powers

             Attendance, authority to compel, Art. 4 § 13

             Expulsion of own members, Art. 4 § 6

             Impeachment, Art. 7 § 1

             Officers, selection, Art. 4 § 6

             Punishment of own members for disorderly conduct, Art. 4 § 6

             Qualifications of members, power to judge, Art. 4 § 6

             Rules of own proceedings, determination, Art. 4 § 6

             Vested, Art. 4 § 1

      Punishment

             Members, Art. 4 § 6

             Nonmembers, Art. 4 § 7

      Quorum, Art. 4 § 13, Art. 4 § 37

      Rules of procedure, Art. 4 § 6, Art. 4 § 13, Art. 4 § 18

      Speaker

             Additional compensation, Art. 4 § 33

             Enrolled bills and resolutions, signing, Art. 4 § 18

      Voting

             Bills and joint resolutions, number of members necessary to pass, Art. 4 § 18

             Constitutional amendment, majority required, Art. 16 § 1

             Impeachment, majority required, Art. 7 § 1

             Viva voce for elections, Art. 2 § 5

ASSOCIATIONS

      Income or revenue of business, levy of tax authorized, Art. 10 § 1

      Municipal corporations prohibited from holding stock in or loaning credit to associations, exceptions, Art. 8 § 10

      Release of indebtedness or liability, enactment of local or special laws by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      State prohibited from holding stock in or loaning or donating credit or money to associations, exceptions, Art. 8 § 9

ATTAINDER, BILL OF

      Prohibited, Art. 1 § 15

ATTORNEY GENERAL

      Criminal prosecutions, filing of information, Art. 1 § 8

      Duties prescribed by law, Art. 5 § 22

      Election, Art. 5 § 19

      Examiners, State Board of, member, Art. 5 § 21

      Impeachment, Art. 7 § 2

      Oath of office, Art. 15 § 2

      Pardons Commissioners, State Board of, member, Art. 5 § 14

      Prison Commissioners, Board of State, member, Art. 5 § 21

      Qualifications, Art. 5 § 19

      Salary, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 15 § 9, Art. 17 § 5

      Term of office

             First election under Constitution, Art. 17 § 8, Art. 17 § 18

             Length, Art. 5 § 19

             Limitation, Art. 5 § 19

      Vacancy in office, filling, Art. 17 § 22

ATTORNEYS AT LAW (See also STATE BAR OF NEVADA)

      Fees, eminent domain proceedings, Art. 1 § 22

      Judicial Discipline, Commission on, membership, Art. 6 § 21

      Judicial Selection, Commission on, membership, Art. 6 § 20

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BAIL

      Excessive bail prohibited, Art. 1 § 6

      Nonbailable offenses, Art. 1 § 7

      Sureties, all persons bailable by, exceptions, Art. 1 § 7

      Victim’s safety to be considered in fixing amount of bail and release conditions, proposed amendment, Art. 1 § 8A

BALLOT QUESTIONS (See ELECTIONS)

BANKS AND BANKING

      Circulation of certain bank notes or paper as money prohibited, Art. 8 § 6

      Deposits, exempt from taxation, Art. 10 § 1

      Shares of stock, exempt from taxation, Art. 10 § 1

BILL OF ATTAINDER

      Prohibited, Art. 1 § 15

BILL OF RIGHTS (See DECLARATION OF RIGHTS)

BILLS, LEGISLATIVE (See LEGISLATURE)

BLIND, PERSONS WHO ARE

      Institutions for benefit of, Art. 13 § 1

BOARD OF REGENTS (See UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA)

BONDS

      Exempt from taxation, Art. 10 § 1

      Official bonds, provision by first elected State Controller and State Treasurer, Art. 17 § 20

      State finances (See STATE FINANCES AND FUNDS)

      Tax levy for bonds for public purposes limited, Art. 10 § 2

      Territorial transition to State, existing obligations, Art. 17 § 4

BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS

      Constitutional debates and proceedings, Art. 17 § 26

      Statutes of Nevada, publication, Art. 15 § 8

BOUNDARIES

      Judicial districts, law may provide for alteration of boundaries, Art. 6 § 5

      State of Nevada, description, Art. 14 § 1

BREACH OF PEACE

      Liberty of conscience, practices inconsistent with peace or safety unexcused by, Art. 1 § 4

BRIBERY

      Election or appointment to public office, bribery to procure, Art. 4 § 10

      Jury service, disqualification for conviction of bribery, Art. 4 § 27

      Public office, disqualification on conviction of bribery, Art. 4 § 10

BUSINESS INVENTORIES

      Property tax exemption, Art. 10 § 1

BUSINESS TAXES

      Initiative affecting taxation, requirements, proposed amendment, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 7

      Legislation imposing or increasing tax, supermajority required for passage, referral to voters, Art. 4 § 18

      Levy authorized, Art. 10 § 1

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CAMPAIGN PRACTICES

      Contributions, limitation, Art. 2 § 10

CANNABIS

      Legal use upon advice of physician, law to provide for, Art. 4 § 38

CAPITAL OFFENSES AND PUNISHMENT

      Bail, Art. 1 § 7

      Bills of attainder prohibited, Art. 1 § 15

      Death or life imprisonment without possibility of parole, commutation of sentence limited, Art. 5 § 14

      Presentment, indictment or information, necessity, exceptions, Art. 1 § 8

CARRIERS, COMMON

      Rates, power of Legislature to establish and regulate, Art. 4 § 20

CARSON CITY (See also CITIES; COUNTIES)

      Consolidated municipality, authorization, Art. 4 § 37[A]

      Designation as Seat of Government, Art. 15 § 1

      Judicial district, number, Art. 6 § 5

      Legislative sessions held at Seat of Government, Art. 4 § 1

      Relocation of Seat of Government, Art. 4 § 37

      State officers to keep offices at Seat of Government, Art. 15 § 12

      Supreme Court terms to be held at Seat of Government, exception, Art. 6 § 7

CENSUS

      Congress of United States, basis of representation, Art. 15 § 13

      Legislature may direct taking, Art. 15 § 13

      Representation based upon, Art. 4 § 5, Art. 15 § 13

CERTIORARI, WRIT OF

      District courts, power to issue, Art. 6 § 6

      Supreme Court, power to issue, Art. 6 § 4

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS

      Donations or loans of public money, Art. 8 § 9

      Lotteries, operation, Art. 4 § 24

      Perpetuities allowed, Art. 15 § 4

      Property exempt from taxation, Art. 8 § 2, Art. 10 § 1

      State, fostering and support of benevolent institutions, Art. 13 § 1

CHURCHILL COUNTY (See also COUNTIES)

      Judicial district, number, Art. 6 § 5

CITIES (See also MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS)

      Charters

             Adoption and amendment under general laws, Art. 8 § 8

             Tenure of office controlled by, Art. 15 § 11

      Consolidated municipality, Seat of Government, Art. 4 § 37[A]

      Continuity of government in event of enemy attack, Art. 4 § 37

      Employees, tenure of office, Art. 15 § 11

      Finances and funds

             Debts, assumption by State prohibited, Art. 9 § 4

             Investments in corporate stock, Art. 8 § 10

             Loans of public credit restricted, Art. 8 § 8, Art. 8 § 10

             Minerals, apportionment of tax on net proceeds, Art. 10 § 5

             Sectarian purposes, prohibition on use of public money for, Art. 11 § 10

      Initiative, powers of voters, Art. 19 § 4

      Legislature to provide for organization of, Art. 8 § 8

      Lotteries, operation prohibited, Art. 4 § 24

      Municipal courts (See MUNICIPAL COURTS)

      Officers (See also PUBLIC OFFICES AND OFFICERS)

             Eligibility for office, Art. 15 § 3

             Recall from office, Art. 2 § 9

             Support subject to regulations prescribed by law, Art. 17 § 21

             Tenure of office, Art. 15 § 11

             Terms of office, Art. 15 § 3, Art. 15 § 11

      Property exempt from taxation, Art. 8 § 2, Art. 10 § 1

      Recorders, retention of fees, Art. 6 § 10

      Referendum, powers of voters, Art. 19 § 4

      Taxation and assessment, powers restricted by Legislature, Art. 8 § 8

      Territorial transition to State, effect, Art. 17 § 1

CITIZENS AND CITIZENSHIP

      Allegiance due to United States, Art. 1 § 2

      Right to vote, Art. 2 § 1

CITY RECORDERS

      Fees, retention, Art. 6 § 10

CIVIL ACTIONS (See ACTIONS)

CIVIL PROCESS

      Electors immune, when, Art. 2 § 4

      Legislative members exempt from arrest on civil process, Art. 4 § 11

      Style, Art. 6 § 13

CIVIL RIGHTS

      Elector’s civil rights restored, Art. 2 § 1

CLERK OF SUPREME COURT

      Election at first election under Constitution, Art. 17 § 18

      Fees in civil actions, duties, Art. 6 § 16

      Judgments filed with, Art. 15 § 8

      Office at Seat of Government, Art. 15 § 12

CLERKS OF DISTRICT COURTS

      County clerk ex officio clerk of court, Art. 4 § 32

      Fees in civil actions, duties, Art. 6 § 16

COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS

      Civil office, eligibility, Art. 4 § 9

COMMISSIONS

      Issued in name of State, Art. 5 § 16

      Sealed with State Seal, Art. 5 § 16

      Signed by Governor and Secretary of State, Art. 5 § 16

COMMUNITY PROPERTY

      Rights of married persons, Art. 4 § 31

COMMUTATIONS

      Officers authorized to commute punishments, Art. 5 § 13, Art. 5 § 14

      Sentence of death or life imprisonment without possibility of parole, Art. 5 § 14

      State Board of Pardons Commissioners, powers, Art. 5 § 14

COMPENSATION FOR CERTAIN ELECTED OFFICERS, CITIZENS’ COMMISSION ON

      Creation, duties, proposed amendment, Art. 4 § 33, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 6 § 15

CONFESSIONS

      Treason, Art. 1 § 19

CONGRESS

      Donation of public lands for College of Agriculture and College of Mechanic Arts, Art. 11 § 8

      Members

             Election

                   Canvass of election returns, Art. 5 § 4

                   Notice on ballot regarding stance on term limits, Term Limits Act

             Term limits, voter instructions regarding, Term Limits Act

CONSTABLES

      Local or special laws affecting constables, Legislature prohibited from enacting, Art. 4 § 20

CONSTITUTION, STATE

      2015 proposed amendments

             Compensation for Certain Elected Officers, Citizens’ Commission on, creation, duties, Art. 4 § 33, Art. 4 §33A, Art. 6 § 15

             Hunting, fishing and trapping, recognition of rights, use to manage wildlife, Art. 1 § 23

             Property tax

                   Base value of property, determination, transfer, increase or decrease, Art. 10 § 7

                   Limit on total levy on property, Art. 10 § 7

             Public revenue, requirements for passage of petition to generate, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 7

             Salaries of certain elected officers, increase during term authorized, Art. 4 § 33, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 6 § 15, Art. 15 § 9

             Victims of crime, expansion of bill of rights, Art. 1 § 8, Art. 1 § 8A

      Amendments, generally

             Concurrent and consecutive amendments, effect, Art. 16 § 1, Art. 19 § 2

             Contradictory amendments, effect, Art. 16 § 1, Art. 19 § 2

             Initiative, Art. 19 § 2

             Procedure, Art. 16 § 1, Art. 16 § 2, Art. 19 § 2

             Publication, Art. 16 § 1, Art. 19 § 2

      Approval, persons entitled to vote, Election Ordinance, Art. 2 § 8

      Constitutional convention, Art. 16 § 2, Art. 17 § 26

      Debates and proceedings, publication, Art. 17 § 26

      Revision, Art. 16 § 2

CONSTITUTION, UNITED STATES

      Federal Government

             Existence, power to perpetuate, Art. 1 § 2

             Obedience to its authority, power to compel, Art. 1 § 2

      Supreme law, Art. 1 § 2

CONTEMPT

      Legislature, contemptuous behavior in presence of, Art. 4 § 7

CONTINUITY OF GOVERNMENT IN CASE OF ENEMY ATTACK

      Legislative quorum requirements, revision authorized, Art. 4 § 37

      Relocation of Seat of Government, Art. 4 § 37

      Succession to public offices, Art. 4 § 37

CONTRACTS

      Imprisonment of debtor on, prohibited, Art. 1 § 14

      Laws impairing obligation of contracts prohibited, Art. 1 § 15

      State, authority to contract public debts, Art. 9 § 3

      Territorial transition to State, effect, Art. 17 § 1

CONVEYANCES

      Homesteads, Art. 4 § 30

CORPORATIONS

      Capacity to sue and be sued, generally, Art. 8 § 5

      Debts

             Assumption by State prohibited, Art. 9 § 4

             Local or special laws releasing indebtedness, enactment by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Eminent domain, Art. 8 § 7

      Formation

             Incorporators, individual liability, Art. 8 § 3

             Under general laws, Art. 8 § 1

             Under territorial laws, regulation, Art. 8 § 4

      Laws pertaining to corporations

             Alteration or repeal, Art. 8 § 1

             Dues from corporations secured by means prescribed by law, Art. 8 § 3

             Fees, security for, provided by law, Art. 8 § 3

             Special acts of Legislature prohibited except for municipal purposes, Art. 8 § 1

      Municipalities prohibited from holding stock in or loaning credit to corporations, exceptions, Art. 8 § 10

      State prohibited from holding stock in or loaning or donating money or credit to corporations, exceptions, Art. 8 § 9

      Stockholders, liability, Art. 8 § 3

      Taxation

             Income or revenue of business, levy of tax authorized, Art. 10 § 1

            Property subject to, Art. 8 § 2

             Shares of stock exempt, Art. 10 § 1

COUNTIES

      Abolishment, procedure, Art. 4 § [36]

      Assessment and collection of taxes, enactment of local or special laws by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Business, regulation by local or special legislation prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Consolidated municipality as Seat of Government, county powers, Art. 4 § 37[A]

      Continuity of government in event of enemy attack, Art. 4 § 37

      Finances and funds

             Debts, assumption by State prohibited, Art. 9 § 4

             Investments in corporate stock, Art. 8 § 10

             Loans of public credit restricted, Art. 8 § 8, Art. 8 § 10

             Minerals, appropriation from tax on net proceeds, Art. 10 § 5

             Refunds, enactment of local or special laws by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

             Sectarian purposes, prohibition on use of money for, Art. 11 § 10

      Initiative, powers of voters, Art. 19 § 4

      Justice courts (See JUSTICE COURTS; JUSTICES OF THE PEACE)

      Legislature to establish uniform county and township government, Art. 4 § 25

      Lotteries, operation prohibited, Art. 4 § 24

      Property exempt from taxation, Art. 10 § 1

      Referendum, powers of voters, Art. 19 § 4

      Territorial transition to State, effect, Art. 17 § 1

      Voting, qualifications, Art. 2 § 6

COUNTY AUDITORS (See also COUNTY OFFICERS)

      Consolidate, abolish, increase or diminish office, legislative power, Art. 4 § 32

      Election, duties and compensation provided by law, Art. 4 § 32

COUNTY CLERKS (See also COUNTY OFFICERS)

      Compensation, Art. 4 § 32, Art. 4 § 33A

      Consolidate, abolish, increase or diminish office, legislative power, Art. 4 § 32

      County commissioners, ex officio clerk of board, Art. 4 § 32

      District courts, ex officio clerks, Art. 4 § 32

      Election and duties fixed by law, Art. 4 § 32

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (See also COUNTY OFFICERS)

      Assembly members, appointments to fill vacancies, Art. 4 § 12

      Compensation, procedure for establishment, increase during term authorized, proposed amendment, Art. 4 § 33A

      County clerk ex officio clerk of board, Art. 4 § 32

      Election, Art. 4 § 26

      Powers and duties prescribed by law, Art. 4 § 26

      Senators, State, appointments to fill vacancies, Art. 4 § 12

      Township officers, Legislature may authorize commissioners to set compensation, Art. 4 § 20

COUNTY MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAX

      Highways, maintenance and construction, Art. 9 § 5

COUNTY OFFICERS (See also PUBLIC OFFICES AND OFFICERS)

      Compensation

             Citizens’ Commission on Compensation for Certain Elected Officers, duties, proposed amendment, Art. 4 § 33A

             Legislature, power to establish and regulate, Art. 4 § 20, Art. 4 § 32

      Continuity of government in event of enemy attack, Art. 4 § 37

      Duties, legislative power to prescribe, Art. 4 § 32

      Election

             Legislature to provide for, Art. 4 § 32

             Local or special legislation, enactment by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Eligibility for public office, Art. 15 § 3

      Fees, power of Legislature to establish and regulate, Art. 4 § 20

      Offices to be at county seat, Art. 15 § 7

      Recall from office, procedure and limitations, Art. 2 § 9

      Support subject to regulations prescribed by law, Art. 17 § 21

      Terms of office, Art. 15 § 3, Art. 15 § 11

      Territorial officers, continuation, Art. 17 § 13

COUNTY RECORDERS (See also COUNTY OFFICERS)

      Compensation, Art. 4 § 32, Art. 4 §33A

      Consolidate, abolish, increase or diminish office, legislative power, Art. 4 § 32

      Election and duties fixed by law, Art. 4 § 32

COUNTY SEATS

      Consolidated municipality as Seat of Government, county powers, Art. 4 § 37[A]

      County officers to hold office at county seat, Art. 15 § 7

      District courts, term of court held at county seat, Art. 6 § 7

COURT COSTS AND FEES

      Civil actions, generally, Art. 6 § 16

      Eminent domain proceedings, Art. 1 § 22

      Judges’ compensation, costs applied to, Art. 6 § 16

COURTS

      Administrative head of court system, Art. 6 § 19

      Appeals, court of (See APPEALS, COURT OF)

      Composition of court system, Art. 6 § 1

      District courts (See DISTRICT COURTS)

      Family courts, authority to establish, Art. 6 § 6

      Judges and justices (See JUDGES AND JUSTICES; specific courts)

      Judicial department (See JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT)

      Judicial Discipline, Commission on, Art. 6 § 21

      Judicial Selection, Commission on, Art. 6 § 20

      Jurisdiction (See JURISDICTION OF COURTS)

      Jury (See GRAND JURY; JURY)

      Justice courts (See JUSTICE COURTS; JUSTICES OF THE PEACE)

      Municipal courts (See MUNICIPAL COURTS)

      Of justice, prohibition on enactment by Legislature of local or special legislation regulating practice, Art. 4 § 20

      Of record

             County clerks ex officio clerks of courts of record, Art. 4 § 32

             Enumeration, Art. 6 § 8

      Probate courts, abolishment, transfer of cases to district courts, Art. 17 § 23

      Publication of decisions, Art. 15 § 8

      Supreme Court (See SUPREME COURT)

      Terms of courts, Art. 6 § 7, Art. 17 § 15

      Territorial transition to State, effect, Art. 17 § 4

CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS, GENERALLY

      Bail, Art. 1 § 6, Art. 1 § 7

      Cruel and unusual punishments prohibited, Art. 1 § 6

      Death penalty (See CAPITAL OFFENSES AND PUNISHMENT)

      District courts, jurisdiction, Art. 6 § 6

      Due process of law guaranteed, Art. 1 § 8

      Felonies (See FELONIES)

      Fines, excessive amount prohibited, Art. 1 § 6

      Governor, power to suspend collection of fines and forfeitures and to grant reprieves, Art. 5 § 13

      Impeached officers, liable to criminal prosecution irrespective of conviction or acquittal at impeachment trial, Art. 7 § 2

      Involuntary servitude, prohibited except as punishment for crimes, Ordinance, Art. 1 § 17

      Justice courts, jurisdiction, Art. 6 § 8

      Local or special laws concerning, enactment by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Supreme Court, appellate jurisdiction, Art. 6 § 4

      Territorial transition to State, effect, Art. 17 § 4

CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS

      Accused, rights of, Art. 1 § 8

      Defendant’s right to counsel, Art. 1 § 8

      Due process of law guaranteed, Art. 1 § 8

      Jury trial (See JURY)

      Libel, Art. 1 § 9

      Presentment, indictment or information, necessity, Art. 1 § 8

      Process, style, Art. 6 § 13

      Self-incrimination, protection against, Art. 1 § 8

      Territorial transition to State, effect, Art. 17 § 1, Art. 17 § 4

      Venue, enactment of local or special laws by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Victims, rights of, Art. 1 § 8, Art. 1 § 8A

CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT

      Prohibition, Art. 1 § 6

D

DATE

      Assembly members, election, Art. 4 § 3

      Fiscal year, commencement, Art. 9 § 1

      General election, time for holding, Art. 15 § 5

      Initiative petition, time for filing before circulation, Art. 19 § 2

      Legislative sessions, commencement and adjournment, Art. 4 § 2

      Referendum petition, time for filing before circulation, Art. 19 § 1

      State Senators, election, Art. 4 § 4

DEAF, PERSONS WHO ARE

      Institutions for benefit of, Art. 13 § 1

DEATH PENALTY (See CAPITAL OFFENSES AND PUNISHMENT)

DEBTS AND DEBTORS

      Corporations

             Assumption of debts by State restricted, Art. 9 § 4

             Liability of incorporators for debts of, Art. 8 § 3

      Execution, reasonable amount of property exempt from, Art. 1 § 14

      Imprisonment for debt prohibited, exceptions, Art. 1 § 14

      Local or special laws releasing debtors, enactment by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Municipalities

             Assumption of debts by State restricted, Art. 9 § 4

             Contracting debts, powers restricted by Legislature, Art. 8 § 8

      State indebtedness, limitations and exceptions, Art. 9 § 3

      Territorial debt, assumption by State, Art. 17 § 7, Art. 17 § 24

DECEDENTS’ ESTATES (See ESTATES OF DECEDENTS)

DECLARATION OF RIGHTS

      Accused person’s rights, Art. 1 § 8

      Alter or reform the government, power to, Art. 1 § 2

      Arms, right to keep and bear, Art. 1 § 11

      Assembly, Art. 1 § 10

      Bail, Art. 1 § 6, Art. 1 § 7

      Bills of attainder prohibited, Art. 1 § 15

      Civil power supreme, Art. 1 § 11

      Cruel and unusual punishment prohibited, Art. 1 § 6

      Due process of law, Art. 1 § 8

      Eminent domain, Art. 1 § 8

      Enumerated rights, effect on other rights retained by people, Art. 1 § 20

      Ex post facto laws prohibited, Art. 1 § 15

      Excessive bail prohibited, Art. 1 § 6

      Execution, exemption of property, Art. 1 § 14

      Fines, excessive amount prohibited, Art. 1 § 6

      Habeas corpus, suspension of writ restricted, Art. 1 § 5

      Imprisonment for debt prohibited, exceptions, Art. 1 § 14

      Inalienable rights

             Life and liberty, defense and enjoyment, Art. 1 § 1

             Property, acquisition, possession and protection, Art. 1 § 1

             Safety and happiness, pursuit and acquisition, Art. 1 § 1

      Involuntary servitude prohibited, exception, Art. 1 § 17

      Jeopardy provision, Art. 1 § 8

      Liberty of conscience, Art. 1 § 4

      Marriage, restriction on validity and recognition of certain marriages, Art. 1 § 21

      Obligation of contracts, impairment prohibited, Art. 1 § 15

      Petition, Art. 1 § 10

      Political power inherent in the people, Art. 1 § 2

      Press, freedom of, Art. 1 § 9

      Quartering soldiers in private houses, Art. 1 § 12

      Religion, freedom of, Ordinance, Art. 1 § 4

      Representation apportioned according to population, Art. 1 § 13

      Rights retained by people, Art. 1 § 20

      Searches

             Unreasonable search and seizure prohibited, Art. 1 § 18

             Warrants, issuance, Art. 1 § 18

      Slavery prohibited, Art. 1 § 17

      Speech, freedom of, Art. 1 § 9

      Treason, definition, requirements for conviction, Art. 1 § 19

      Trial by jury, Art. 1 § 3

      Victims of crime, Art. 1 § 8, Art. 1 § 8A

      Witnesses, unreasonable detention prohibited, Art. 1 § 6

DEEDS

      Commissioners of deeds, eligibility for state civil office, Art. 4 § 9

      Local or special laws giving effect to invalid deeds, enactment by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

DEFALCATION OF PUBLIC FUNDS

      Legislature to provide by law for punishment as felony, Art. 4 § 10

      Public office, disqualification from holding office based on conviction, Art. 4 § 10

DEFENDANTS

      Criminal proceedings, right to counsel, Art. 1 § 8

DEFENSES

      Accused person’s rights, Art. 1 § 8

      Libel, Art. 1 § 9

DISABILITIES, PERSONS WITH

      Institutions for benefit of, Art. 13 § 1

      Property tax, transfer of base value of principal residence, proposed amendment, Art. 10 § 7

DISCRIMINATION

      Elections, denial of right to vote on account of sex prohibited, Art. 2 § 1

      Religious profession and worship, free exercise and enjoyment, Ordinance, Art. 1 § 4

DISEASES

      Marijuana, law to provide for legal use upon advice of physician, Art. 4 § 38

DISORDERLY CONDUCT

      Legislators, Art. 4 § 6

      Legislature, disorderly conduct during session, Art. 4 § 7

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS (See also COUNTY OFFICERS)

      Compensation, Art. 4 § 32, Art. 4 §33A

      Consolidate, abolish, increase or diminish office, legislative power, Art. 4 § 32

      Criminal prosecutions, filing of information, Art. 1 § 8

      Election and duties fixed by law, Art. 4 § 32

      Eligibility for office, Art. 15 § 3

      Terms of office, limitation, Art. 15 § 3

DISTRICT COURTS

      Abolishment of probate courts, transfer of pending cases to district courts, Art. 17 § 23

      Appellate jurisdiction of Supreme Court, Art. 6 § 4

      Courts of record, Art. 6 § 8

      Family courts, Legislature may provide by law, Art. 6 § 6

      Holding court, Art. 6 § 7

      Judges

             Absence from State, forfeiture of office, Art. 6 § 17

             Assignment to other judicial districts or specialized functions, Art. 6 § 19

             Court of appeals judges

                   Appointment of district judge to replace, Art. 6 § 4

                   Service as supplemental district judges, Art. 6 § 3A

             Disciplinary proceedings, Art. 6 § 21, Art. 7 § 3

             Election, Art. 6 § 5

             Fees or perquisites prohibited, Art. 6 § 10

             First judges under Constitution, entry into office, Art. 17 § 19, Art. 17 § 20

             Impeachment, Art. 7 § 2

             Ineligibility for other offices, Art. 6 § 11

             Number, Art. 6 § 5

             Oath of office, Art. 15 § 2

             Probation or suspension of sentence, authority, Art. 5 § 14

             Removal from office, Art. 6 § 21, Art. 7 § 3

             Retired judges, recall to active service, Art. 6 § 19

             Retirement as disciplinary action, Art. 6 § 21

             Salaries

                   1864 salaries, Art. 17 § 16

                   Alteration by law, Art. 17 § 17

                   Establishment, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 6 § 15

                   Increase or decrease during term, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 6 § 15, Art. 15 § 9

                   Special court fees applied toward payment of salaries, Art. 6 § 16

             Sentencing, authority, Art. 5 § 14

             Supreme Court justice, designation of district judge to sit in place of, Art. 6 § 4

             Suspension of sentence, authority, Art. 5 § 14

             Terms of office

                   Length of term, Art. 6 § 5

                   Vacancies, term of appointee, Art. 6 § 20

             Vacancy in office, power of Governor to fill, Art. 6 § 20

      Judicial districts, Art. 6 § 5

      Judicial power vested in, Art. 6 § 1

      Jurisdiction, Art. 6 § 6

      Legislative authority to increase or decrease number of judges, Art. 6 § 5

      Location of holding court, Art. 6 § 7

      Masters, Legislature may provide for by law, Art. 6 § 6

      Practice and procedure, enactment of local or special laws by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Referees, Legislature may provide for by law, Art. 6 § 6

      Terms of court, Art. 6 § 7, Art. 17 § 15

      Writs, power to issue, Art. 6 § 6

DITCH COMPANIES

      Rates, Legislature’s authority to establish and regulate, Art. 4 § 20

DIVORCE

      Special legislation granting divorce, enactment by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

DOUBLE JEOPARDY

      Rights of accused, Art. 1 § 8

DOUGLAS COUNTY (See also COUNTIES)

      Judicial district, number, Art. 6 § 5

DUE PROCESS OF LAW

      Accused persons guaranteed due process, Art. 1 § 8

E

EDUCATION

      Common schools, uniform system established, Art. 11 § 2

      Donations or loans of public money to corporations formed for educational purposes, Art. 8 § 9

      Legislative appropriations, support of education, Art. 11 § 3, Art. 11 § 6

      Legislature to encourage, Art. 11 § 1

      Normal schools, establishment, Art. 11 § 5

      Pledge of certain property and money, escheated estates and penal fines for educational purposes, Art. 11 § 3

      Private schools (See SCHOOLS, PRIVATE)

      Public schools (See SCHOOLS, PUBLIC)

      School districts (See SCHOOL DISTRICTS)

      School finances (See SCHOOL FINANCES AND FUNDS)

      Sectarian instruction prohibited, Art. 11 § 9

      Superintendent of Public Instruction (See SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION)

      Universities (See UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES)

      University of Nevada (See UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA)

ELECTIONS

      Assembly members, Art. 4 § 3, Art. 17 § 10

      Attorney General, Art. 5 § 19

      Ballot questions

             Bills or joint resolutions affecting public revenue, Art. 4 § 18

             Canvass of returns, Art. 5 § 4

             Constitutional amendments, Art. 16 § 1, Art. 19 § 2

             Contributions to campaign, limitation, Art. 2 § 10

             Convention for revision of Constitution, Art. 16 § 2

             Initiative affecting public revenue, proposed amendment, Art. 4 § 7

      Ballots

             Stance on term limits, inclusion on ballot, Term Limits Act

             Voting by, Art. 2 § 5

      Campaign contributions, limitation, Art. 2 § 10

      Candidates, qualifications, Art. 15 § 3

      Canvass

             District officers, votes for, Art. 5 § 4

             State officers, votes for, Art. 5 § 4

             Supreme Court justices to canvass vote for certain offices and questions, Art. 5 § 4

      Constitution, ratification, Election Ordinance, Art. 2 § 8

      County, abolishment of, Art. 4 § [36]

      County commissioners, Art. 4 § 26

      County officers, Art. 4 § 32

      Court of appeals judges, Art. 6 § 3A

      District judges, Art. 6 § 5

      General elections, time of holding, Art. 15 § 5

      Governor, Art. 5 § 2, Art. 5 § 3

      Initiative (See INITIATIVE)

      Lieutenant Governor, Art. 5 § 17

      Local governmental officers, Art. 15 § 3

      Local or special laws, enactment by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Offenses

             Bribery, disqualification from office, Art. 4 § 10

             Legislature to regulate elections, Art. 4 § 27

      Officers whose election not provided for by Constitution, selection prescribed by law, Art. 15 § 10

      Plurality of votes constitutes choice, Art. 15 § 14

      Polling places, enactment of special or local laws by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      President and Vice President, qualifications of voters for, Art. 2 § 1

      Qualifications of voters

             Citizenship, age and residence, Art. 2 § 1

             Constitution of State, adoption or rejection, Election Ordinance, Art. 2 § 8

             Felony conviction, effect, Art. 2 § 1

             Mentally incompetent persons unqualified, Art. 2 § 1

             President and Vice President, qualifications to vote for, Art. 2 § 1

             Privilege, denial or abridgment on account of sex prohibited, Art. 2 § 1

             Residence

                   Qualification for registration, Art. 2 § 1

                   When not gained or lost, Art. 2 § 2

             Suffrage, Art. 2 § 1

             Test of electoral qualification, Legislature may prescribe, Art. 2 § 6

             Treason, effect of conviction for, Art. 2 § 1

      Recall of public officers (See RECALL OF PUBLIC OFFICERS)

      Referendum (See REFERENDUM)

      Registration

             Age, Art. 2 § 1

             Requirement, Art. 2 § 6

             Residence, Art. 2 § 1, Art. 2 § 2

      Regulation of elections, Art. 4 § 27

      Returns

             Declaration of results, Art. 5 § 4

             Procedure, Art. 5 § 4

             Publication of results of election, Art. 5 § 4

             Transmittal to Secretary of State, Art. 5 § 4

      Secretary of State, Art. 5 § 19

      Senators, State, Art. 4 § 4, Art. 17 § 10

      State Controller, Art. 5 § 19

      State officers, Art. 5 § 19, Art. 15 § 3

      State Treasurer, Art. 5 § 19

      Suffrage, right of, Art. 2 § 1

      Supreme Court justices, Art. 6 § 3

      Taxes, fees, assessments and rates

             Initiative affecting, requirements, proposed amendment, Art. 19 § 7

             Referral of certain legislative measures to voters, Art. 4 § 18

      Tie votes in general elections, effect, Art. 5 § 4

      University Board of Regents, Art. 11 § 7

      Voters

             Arrest, immunity from, Art. 2 § 4

             Civil rights restored, Art. 2 § 1

             Qualifications (See Qualifications of voters, this heading)

             Suffrage, right of, Art. 2 § 1

      Voting by ballot, Art. 2 § 5

ELECTRONIC PRESS

      Freedom of speech and press, Art. 1 § 9

EMBEZZLEMENT OF PUBLIC FUNDS

      Legislature to provide by law for punishment as felony, Art. 4 § 10

      Public office, disqualification from holding office based on conviction, Art. 4 § 10

EMINENT DOMAIN

      Appraisals, provision of copies to property owner, Art. 1 § 22

      Attorney’s fees, liability, Art. 1 § 22

      Corporations, Art. 8 § 7

      Costs and expenses, liability, recovery, Art. 1 § 22

      Fair market value, determination, Art. 1 § 22

      Interest, award, Art. 1 § 22

      Just compensation, requirements, determination, Art. 1 § 8, Art. 1 § 22

      Property taxes, authority of owner to transfer base value of condemned property, proposed amendment, Art. 10 § 7

      Public use, determination, burden of proof, Art. 1 § 22

      Reversion of property to original property owner, Art. 1 § 22

      Transfer of property to other private person or entity, prohibitions, Art. 1 § 22

      Valuation of taken or damaged property, Art. 1 § 22

EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES

      Minimum wage, payment, cost of living increases, Art. 15 § 16

ENERGY CONSERVATION

      Property tax exemption, Art. 10 § 1

EQUAL FOOTING DOCTRINE

      Public lands, disclaimer of rights, Ordinance

EQUITY

      Law and equity may be administered in same action, Art. 6 § 14

ESCHEATS

      Educational purposes, escheats pledged, Art. 11 § 3

ESMERALDA COUNTY (See also COUNTIES)

      Judicial district, number, Art. 6 § 5

ESTATE TAX

      Imposition, limitations, Art. 10 § 4

      Initiative affecting taxation, requirements, proposed amendment, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 7

      Legislation imposing or increasing tax, supermajority required for passage, referral to voters, Art. 4 § 18

ESTATES IN LAND

      Perpetuities permitted for eleemosynary purposes, Art. 15 § 4

ESTATES OF DECEDENTS

      Inheritance tax prohibited, Art. 10 § 1

      Perpetuities allowed only for eleemosynary purposes, Art. 15 § 4

      Taxation of estates taxed by United States, limitations, Art. 10 § 4

      Victims of crime, term includes representative of victim’s estate, declaration of rights, proposed amendment, Art. 1 § 8A

      Wills (See WILLS)

ETHICS

      Judicial Conduct, Code of, adoption required, Art. 6 § 21

      Legislators, appointment to civil office of profit restricted, Art. 4 § 8

      Public officers, receipt of fee or perquisites for performance of duties or additional duty imposed by law prohibited, Art. 17 § 5

EVIDENCE

      Libel, truth given as evidence to jury, Art. 1 § 9

      Victims of crime, rights, proposed amendment, Art. 1 § 8A

EX-FELONS

      Elector’s privilege revoked unless civil rights restored, Art. 2 § 1

EX POST FACTO LAWS

      Prohibited, Art. 1 § 15

EXAMINERS, STATE BOARD OF

      Claims against the State, consideration, Art. 5 § 21

      Members, Art. 5 § 21

      Powers and duties, generally, Art. 5 § 21

EXECUTION

      Exempt property, necessaries, Art. 1 § 14

      Homesteads, Art. 4 § 30

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

      Employees, merit system governing employment, Art. 15 § 15

      Officers’ oath, Art. 15 § 2

      Powers, Art. 3 § 1

      Regulations, review by legislative agency, Art. 3 § 1

      Reports to Governor, Art. 5 § 6

      Secretary of State to keep record of official acts, Art. 5 § 20

      Supreme executive power vested in Governor, Art. 5 § 1

F

FAMILY COURTS (See also DISTRICT COURTS)

      Legislature may provide by law, Art. 6 § 6

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT (See UNITED STATES)

FELONIES (See also CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS, GENERALLY)

      Bills of attainder prohibited, Art. 1 § 15

      Bribery to procure election or appointment to public office, Art. 4 § 10

      Campaign contributions, violations, Art. 2 § 10

      Embezzlement or defalcation of public funds, Art. 4 § 10

      Jury service, disqualification resulting from conviction, Art. 4 § 27

      Punishment, prohibition against local or special legislation relating to, Art. 4 § 20

      Voting franchise, disqualification resulting from conviction, Art. 2 § 1

FINES

      Accruing to Territory to inure to State, Art. 17 § 3

      Educational purposes, fines pledged, Art. 11 § 3

      Excessive fines prohibited, Art. 1 § 6

      Governor, power to suspend collection, Art. 5 § 13

      Militia fine, prohibition on imprisonment for, Art. 1 § 14

      Remission

             Officials authorized, Art. 5 § 13, Art. 5 § 14

             State Board of Pardons Commissioners, powers, Art. 5 § 14

      Suspension by Governor, Art. 5 § 13

FIREARMS

      Right to keep and bear, Art. 1 § 11

      State Militia, safekeeping of public arms, Legislature to provide by law, Art. 12 § 1

FIRES

      Private property taken for public use without just compensation, Art. 1 § 8

FISCAL YEAR

      Annual tax for state expenses, Art. 9 § 2

      Commencement, Art. 9 § 1

FISH AND FISHING

      Right to fish, use to manage wildlife, proposed amendment, Art. 1 § 23

FLUMES

      Legislature’s authority to establish and regulate rates, Art. 4 § 20

FOOD

      Exemption from taxes on retail sales, exceptions, Art. 10 § 3[A]

FORECLOSURES

      Homesteads, exemption, Art. 4 § 30

FOREIGN COUNTRIES

      Officers, eligibility for state civil office, Art. 4 § 9

FORFEITURES

      Accruing to Territory to inure to State, Art. 17 § 3

      Governor, power to suspend, Art. 5 § 13

      Marijuana for legal use, protection from forfeiture to be provided, Art. 4 § 38

      Remission

             Officials authorized, Art. 5 § 13, Art. 5 § 14

             State Board of Pardons Commissioners, powers, Art. 5 § 14

FORGERY

      Conviction disqualifies from jury service, Art. 4 § 27

FRAUD

      Imprisonment for debt, Art. 1 § 14

FREE PORT

      Personal property, exemption from taxation, Art. 10 § 1

FREEDOM OF RELIGION

      Generally, Ordinance, Art. 1 § 4

FREEDOM OF SPEECH

      Generally, Art. 1 § 9

FREEDOM OF THE PRESS

      Generally, Art. 1 § 9

FREIGHT

      Rates, Legislature’s authority to establish and regulate, Art. 4 § 20

G

GASOLINE

      Tax proceeds used for construction and maintenance of highways, Art. 9 § 5

GIFTS

      Educational purposes, property pledged for, Art. 11 § 3

      Married persons, separate property, Art. 4 § 31

      State prohibited from donating money or credit to certain entities, Art. 8 § 9

GOVERNMENT

      Continuity in event of enemy attack, Art. 4 § 37

      Purpose of, Art. 1 § 2

      Seat of Government (See CARSON CITY)

      Separation of powers, Art. 3 § 1

      Territorial transition to State, schedule, Art. 17

      Uniform county and township government required, Art. 4 § 25

GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES TAX

      Constitutional reservation for highway construction or repair inapplicable, Art. 9 § 5

      In lieu tax authorized, maximum rate, Art. 10 § 1

      Initiative affecting taxation, requirements, proposed amendment, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 7

      Legislation imposing or increasing tax, supermajority required for passage, referral to voters, Art. 4 § 18

GOVERNOR

      Absence from State, Art. 5 § 18

      Adjournment of Legislature, when, Art. 5 § 11

      Appointments made by

             Compensation, procedure for establishment, increase during term authorized, proposed amendment, Art. 4 § 33A

             Judicial Discipline, Commission on, Art. 6 § 21

             Judicial officers, Art. 6 § 3A, Art. 6 § 4, Art. 6 § 20

             Judicial Selection, Commission on, Art. 6 § 20

             State officers, generally, Art. 5 § 8, Art. 17 § 22

             Supreme Court, judge designated to, Art. 6 § 4

      Budget, submission of proposed executive budget to Legislature, Art. 4 § 2

      Chief Magistrate, Art. 5 § 1

      Commander in Chief of State Militia, Art. 5 § 5, Art. 5 § 18

      Commissions, signature, Art. 5 § 16

      Commutations, Art. 5 § 13, Art. 5 § 14

      Death or disability, Art. 5 § 18

      Duties

             Devolve upon Lieutenant Governor, when, Art. 5 § 18

             Execution of laws, Art. 5 § 7

             Executive business, transaction of, Art. 5 § 6

      Election, Art. 5 § 2, Art. 5 § 3

      Eligibility for office, Art. 5 § 3

      Examiners, State Board of, member, Art. 5 § 21

      Federal officers ineligible for office of Governor, exception, Art. 5 § 12

      Fines and forfeitures, suspension and remission, Art. 5 § 13, Art. 5 § 14

      Grants and commissions signed by, Art. 5 § 16

      Impeachment cases, powers, Art. 5 § 13

      Impeachment of Governor

             Chief Justice of Supreme Court to preside, Art. 7 § 1

             Liability, Art. 7 § 2

             Powers and duties devolve on Lieutenant Governor, Art. 5 § 18

      Initiative measures, approval, Art. 19 § 2

      Insurrection, powers, Art. 12 § 2

      Legislative bills

             Approval, signing, Art. 4 § 35

             Disapproval, Art. 4 § 35

             Failure of Governor to return bill, effect, Art. 4 § 35

             Presented to Governor, Art. 4 § 35

             Veto power, Art. 4 § 35

             When law without signature, Art. 4 § 35

      Legislature

             Adjournment, power of Governor, Art. 5 § 11

             Messages to and from, Art. 5 § 10, Art. 5 § 13

             Proposed executive budget, transmittal to Legislature, Art. 4 § 2

             Special sessions

                   Convening by proclamation of Governor, Art. 4 § 2, Art. 5 § 9

                   Limitations on business and duration, Art. 5 § 9

      Oath of office, Art. 15 § 2

      Office at Seat of Government, Art. 15 § 12

      Pardons, Art. 5 § 13, Art. 5 § 14

      Pardons Commissioners, State Board of, member, Art. 5 § 14

      President Pro Tempore of Senate to act as Governor, when, Art. 5 § 17

      Prison Commissioners, Board of State, member, Art. 5 § 21

      Qualifications, Art. 5 § 3

      Reports from executive officers, Art. 5 § 6

      Reprieve power, Art. 5 § 13, Art. 5 § 14

      Resignation, Art. 5 § 18

      Salary, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 15 § 9, Art. 17 § 5

      Seal of the State, custody, Art. 5 § 15

      State Militia, powers generally, Art. 12 § 2

      Succession to office of Governor, Art. 5 § 17, Art. 5 § 18

      Supreme executive power vested in, Art. 5 § 1

      Term of office

             First election under Constitution, Art. 17 § 8, Art. 17 § 18

             Length of term, Art. 5 § 2

             Limitations, Art. 5 § 3

      Territorial Governor

             Duties, Art. 17 § 14, Art. 17 § 20

             Election to ratify Constitution, duties, Election Ordinance

      Transaction of executive business, Art. 5 § 6

      United States officers ineligible for office of Governor, exception, Art. 5 § 12

      Vacancies in public offices filled by, Art. 5 § 8, Art. 6 § 20, Art. 17 § 22

      Vacancy in office of Governor, Art. 5 § 17, Art. 5 § 18

      Veto power, Art. 4 § 35

GRAND JURY (See also JURY)

      Jurors, disqualification, Art. 4 § 27

      Legislature, prohibition on enactment of local or special laws relating to summons or impanelment, Art. 4 § 20

      Presentment or indictment, necessity, Art. 1 § 8

GRANTS

      Issued in name of State, Art. 5 § 16

      Sealed with State Seal, Art. 5 § 16

      Signed by Governor and Secretary of State, Art. 5 § 16

GUNS

      Right to keep and bear arms, Art. 1 § 11

      State Militia, safekeeping of public arms, Legislature to provide by law, Art. 12 § 1

H

HABEAS CORPUS

      Issuance of writ

             District court’s limited jurisdiction, Art. 6 § 6

             Supreme Court, Art. 6 § 4

      Return of writ

             District court, Art. 6 § 4

             Supreme Court, Art. 6 § 4

      Suspension of writ restricted, Art. 1 § 5

HIGHWAYS AND ROADS

      Governmental services tax excepted from constitutional reservation for highway construction or repair, Art. 9 § 5

      Legislature, prohibition on enactment of local or special laws relating to vacating roads, Art. 4 § 20

      Motor vehicle fees for licensing and registration, proceeds used for construction and maintenance of highways, Art. 9 § 5

      Motor vehicle fuel taxes, proceeds used for construction and maintenance of highways, Art. 9 § 5

HOMELAND SECURITY

      Continuity of government in case of enemy attack, Art. 4 § 37

HOMESTEADS

      Alienation, joint consent required, Art. 4 § 30

      Forced sale on execution, homestead exempt from, Art. 4 § 30

      Recording of declaration, Art. 4 § 30

HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND FURNITURE

      Tax exemption, Art. 10 § [3]

HOUSES

      Property tax (See PROPERTY TAX)

      Quartering of soldiers in private houses, Art. 1 § 12

      Security against unreasonable searches and seizures, Art. 1 § 18

HUMBOLDT COUNTY (See also COUNTIES)

      Judicial district, number, Art. 6 § 5

HUNTING

      Right to hunt, use to manage wildlife, proposed amendment, Art. 1 § 23

      Right to keep and bear arms, Art. 1 § 11

HUSBAND AND WIFE

      Community and separate property, rights of married persons, Art. 4 § 31

      Divorce, special legislation prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Homesteads, consent to alteration, Art. 4 § 30

      Marriage, restriction on validity and recognition of certain marriages, Art. 1 § 21

I

IMPEACHMENT OF PUBLIC OFFICERS

      Assembly, State, sole power of impeachment, Art. 7 § 1

      Commutations and pardons, Art. 5 § 13, Art. 5 § 14

      Governor, impeachment of

             Chief Justice to preside, Art. 7 § 1

             Duties devolve upon Lieutenant Governor, Art. 5 § 18

             Liability, Art. 7 § 2

      Indictment or information

             Effect of conviction on impeachment, Art. 7 § 2

             Exception to necessity, Art. 1 § 8

      Judgment, extent of punishment, Art. 7 § 2

      Lieutenant Governor, impeachment of, Art. 5 § 17

      Officers liable to impeachment, Art. 7 § 2

      Presentment, exception to necessity, Art. 1 § 8

      Proceedings

             Chief Justice to preside in certain proceedings, Art. 7 § 1

             Senate to be sworn, Art. 7 § 1

             Special session to conduct proceedings, exemption from limitations on duration of session, Art. 5 § 9

      Senate, trial by, Art. 7 § 1

IMPRISONMENT

      Debtors exempt from imprisonment, when, Art. 1 § 14

      Fraud, Art. 1 § 14

      Juvenile offenders, establishment and maintenance of house of refuge, Art. 13 § 2

      Legislature, imprisonment of nonmembers, limitation, Art. 4 § 7

      Libel, Art. 1 § 14

      Life imprisonment without possibility of parole, limitation on commutation of sentence, Art. 5 § 14

      Militia fine in peacetime, imprisonment prohibited, Art. 1 § 14

      Slander, Art. 1 § 14

      State Prison, establishment and maintenance, Art. 13 § 2

      Voting, residence unaffected solely by confinement in prison, Art. 2 § 2

INALIENABLE RIGHTS (See also DECLARATION OF RIGHTS)

      Life and liberty, defending and enjoying, Art. 1 § 1

      Property, acquiring, possessing and protecting, Art. 1 § 1

      Safety and happiness, pursuing and obtaining, Art. 1 § 1

INCOME TAX

      Business income or revenue, levy authorized, Art. 10 § 1

      Wages or personal income of natural persons, tax prohibited, Art. 10 § 1

INCOMPETENT PERSONS (See MENTAL ILLNESS OR MENTAL RETARDATION, PERSONS WITH; MINORS)

INDICTMENT

      Criminal prosecutions, necessity, exceptions, Art. 1 § 8

INDIGENT PERSONS

      Residence for voting unaffected while in institution, Art. 2 § 2

INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE

      Money paid for purpose of providing compensation, segregation in State Treasury and declaration as trust fund, Art. 9 § 2

INFORMATION

      Criminal prosecutions, necessity, exceptions, Art. 1 § 8

INHERITANCE TAX

      Prohibited, Art. 10 § 1

INITIATIVE (For general provisions relating to elections, see ELECTIONS)

      Appropriation or requiring expenditure of money, limitation on initiative making, Art. 19 § 6

      Canvass of election returns, Art. 5 § 4

      Cities, Art. 19 § 4

      Constitution, amendment, Art. 19 § 2

      Counties, Art. 19 § 4

      Legislature may provide by law for procedures to facilitate operation, Art. 19 § 5

      Measures

             Approval by voters, effect, Art. 19 § 2

             Effective date, Art. 19 § 2

             Enacting clause, contents, Art. 19 § 3

      Petition

             Circulation ceases on date of filing, Art. 19 § 2

             Contents, form, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 3

             Copy of petition, time limit for filing before circulating petition, Art. 19 § 2

             Manner of verification of signatures, Art. 19 § 3

             Number of signatures required, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 4

      Statutes, enactment or amendment, Art. 19 § 2

      Taxes, fees, assessments or rates, initiative affecting, requirements, proposed amendment, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 7

INJUNCTIONS

      District courts, power to issue writs, Art. 6 § 6

      Supreme Court, powers, Art. 6 § 4

INSTRUCTIONS TO JURY

      Judge’s charge limited to law and testimony, Art. 6 § 12

INSURRECTIONS

      Assumption by State of debts of political subdivisions, Art. 9 § 4

      Governor’s authority, Art. 12 § 2

      Habeas corpus, suspension, Art. 1 § 5

      State indebtedness, limitations and exceptions, Art. 9 § 3

      United States, paramount allegiance owed to, Art. 1 § 2

INTESTATE SUCCESSION

      Inheritance tax prohibited, Art. 10 § 1

      Separate property of spouse, Art. 4 § 31

INTOXICATING LIQUOR

      Taxation, Art. 10 § 3[A]

INVENTORIES

      Property tax exemption, Art. 10 § 1

INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE

      Prohibited, exception, Ordinance, Art. 1 § 17

J

JAILS (See also IMPRISONMENT)

      Residence for voting unaffected while confined, Art. 2 § 2

JOINT-STOCK COMPANIES

      Municipalities prohibited from holding stock in or loaning credit to companies, exceptions, Art. 8 § 10

JOURNALS, LEGISLATIVE (See LEGISLATURE)

JUDGES AND JUSTICES

      Absence from State over 90 days, forfeiture of office, Art. 6 § 17

      Appeals judges (See APPEALS, COURT OF)

      Charges to jury, limited, Art. 6 § 12

      Code of Judicial Conduct, adoption required, Art. 6 § 21

      Compensation

             Establishment, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 6 § 15

             Fees or perquisites prohibited, exceptions, Art. 6 § 10

             Increase or decrease during term, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 6 § 15, Art. 15 § 9

             Special fees in civil actions applied toward payment, Art. 6 § 16

      Disciplinary proceedings, Art. 6 § 21

      District court judges (See DISTRICT COURTS)

      Forfeiture of office, absence from State over 90 days, Art. 6 § 17

      Ineligibility for other offices, Art. 6 § 11

      Justices of the peace (See JUSTICES OF THE PEACE)

      Legislative authority to increase or decrease number, Art. 6 § 2, Art. 6 § 5

      Municipal court judges (See MUNICIPAL COURTS)

      Retired judges or justices, recall to active service, Art. 6 § 19

      Supreme Court justices (See SUPREME COURT)

      Territorial judicial officers, election and qualification of successors, Art. 6 § 18, Art. 17 § 13

      Vacancy in office, power of Governor to fill, Art. 6 § 20

JUDGMENTS, DECREES AND ORDERS

      Publication by any person authorized, Art. 15 § 8

      Supreme Court

             Conflicting decisions, resolution by full court, Art. 6 § 2

             Inoperative until opinion filed with Clerk, Art. 15 § 8

             Panels of justices, decisions, Art. 6 § 2

             Publication, Art. 15 § 8

      Territorial transition to State, effect, Art. 17 § 1, Art. 17 § 4

      Writs, authority to issue, Art. 6 § 4, Art. 6 § 6

JUDICIAL CONDUCT, CODE OF

      Adoption required, Art. 6 § 21

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

      Administration of court system by Chief Justice, Art. 6 § 19

      Courts in which judicial power vested, Art. 6 § 1

      Judicial Discipline, Commission on, Art. 6 § 21

      Judicial Selection, Commission on, Art. 6 § 20

      Officers

             Liable to impeachment, Art. 7 § 2

             Oath, Art. 15 § 2

      Powers, Art. 3 § 1

JUDICIAL DISCIPLINE, COMMISSION ON

      Appeals from actions of Commission, Art. 6 § 21

      Chairman, election, Art. 6 § 21

      Composition, Art. 6 § 21

      Powers and duties, Art. 6 § 21

      Terms of office, Art. 6 § 21

      Vacancies, Art. 6 § 21

JUDICIAL DISTRICTS

      Boundaries, legislative power to alter, Art. 6 § 5

      Election of judges, Art. 6 § 5

      Number and designation, Art. 6 § 5

JUDICIAL SELECTION, COMMISSION ON

      Commission on Judicial Discipline, representation restricted, Art. 6 § 20, Art. 6 § 21

      Composition, Art. 6 § 20

      Court of appeals judges, nominations, Art. 6 § 3A

      Duties, Art. 6 § 20

      Terms of office, Art. 6 § 20

      Vacancies, Art. 6 § 20

JURISDICTION OF COURTS

      Appellate jurisdiction

             District courts, Art. 6 § 6

             Supreme Court, Art. 6 § 4

      Criminal jurisdiction

             District courts, Art. 6 § 6

             Justice courts, Art. 6 § 8

             Supreme Court, Art. 6 § 4

      Original jurisdiction

             District courts, Art. 6 § 6

             Justice courts, Art. 6 § 8

             Municipal courts, Art. 6 § 9

JURY (See also GRAND JURY)

      Instructions to jury, judge’s charge limited to law and testimony, Art. 6 § 12

      Jurors

             Disqualifications, grounds, Art. 4 § 27

             Three-fourths agree on civil verdict, force and effect, Art. 1 § 3

      Libel trials, Art. 1 § 9

      Local and special legislation relating to juries, enactment by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Trial by jury, Art. 1 § 3

JUSTICE COURTS

      Appeal from court, manner and cases prescribed by law, Art. 6 § 8

      Appellate jurisdiction of district courts, Art. 6 § 6

      Judicial power vested in, Art. 6 § 1

      Jurisdiction, Art. 6 § 8

      Legislature, prohibition on enactment of local or special laws regulating practice and procedure, Art. 4 § 20

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE

      Absence from State, forfeiture of office, Art. 6 § 17

      Disciplinary proceedings, Art. 6 § 21

      Fees, retention, Art. 6 § 10

      Impeachment, immunity, Art. 7 § 2

      Judicial power vested in, Art. 6 § 1

      Local or special laws regulating jurisdiction or duties, enactment by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Number designated by Legislature, Art. 6 § 8

      Oath of office, Art. 15 § 2

      Qualifications, Art. 6 § 8

      Retired justices, recall to active service, Art. 6 § 19

      Term of office, Art. 6 § 8

JUVENILE DELINQUENTS

      House of refuge, establishment and maintenance, Art. 13 § 2

      Victims of crime, rights throughout juvenile justice process, proposed amendment, Art. 1 § 8A

L

LANDER COUNTY (See also COUNTIES)

      County officers, election, Art. 17 § 13

      Judicial district, number, Art. 6 § 5

      Territorial officers, expiration of term, Art. 17 § 13

LARCENY

      Conviction disqualifies from jury service, Art. 4 § 27

      Petit larceny

             Indictment, presentment or information unnecessary, Art. 1 § 8

             Legislative regulation, Art. 1 § 8

LAWS (See STATUTES)

LEGISLATURE

      Acts

             Amendments, Art. 4 § 17

             Local and special laws, Art. 4 § 20

             Publication, Art. 4 § 17

             Secretary of State to keep record of official acts, Art. 5 § 20

             Subject matter, acts may embrace but one subject, Art. 4 § 17

             Title, Art. 4 § 17

      Adjournment

             Absence of quorum, Art. 4 § 13

             By Governor, when, Art. 5 § 11

             Limitation, Art. 4 § 15

             Sine die, Art. 4 § 2, Art. 4 § 2A, Art. 5 § 9

      Administrative regulations, review, Art. 3 § 1

      Apportionment

             On basis of decennial census, Art. 4 § 5, Art. 15 § 13

             Representation according to population, Art. 1 § 13

             Territorial transition to State, Art. 17 § 6

      Assembly (See ASSEMBLY, STATE)

      Assembly members (See ASSEMBLY MEMBERS)

      Authority vested, Art. 4 § 1

      Bills

             Amendment, Art. 4 § 16, Art. 4 § 17

             Appropriations

                   Manner of drawing money from Treasury, Art. 4 § 19

                   Precedence, Art. 11 § 6, Art. 19 § 2

             Attainder, bills of attainder prohibited, Art. 1 § 15

             Consent calendar, Art. 4 § 18

             Emergency measures, Art. 4 § 18

             Enacting clause, Art. 4 § 23

             Enrolled bills, signatures, Art. 4 § 18

             Governor

                   Action on, Art. 4 § 35

                   Failure to return bill, effect, Art. 4 § 35

                   Overriding veto, Art. 4 § 35

                   Signing, Art. 4 § 35

                   Veto power, Art. 4 § 35

             Law without Governor’s signature, Art. 4 § 35

             Local and special laws, Art. 4 § 20

             No law enacted except by, Art. 4 § 23

             Number of members necessary to pass, Art. 4 § 18

             Origin, in either House, Art. 4 § 16

             Precedence, Art. 19 § 2

             Printing, Art. 4 § 17

             Reading, Art. 4 § 18

             Reconsideration after Governor’s veto, Art. 4 § 35

             Return by Governor, Art. 4 § 35

             Signing, Art. 4 § 18

             Subject matter, acts may embrace but one subject, Art. 4 § 17

             Taxes, fees, assessments and rates

                   Passage or referral of measures, Art. 4 § 18

                   Property or sales tax exemptions, required findings for enactment, Art. 10 § 6

             Title, Art. 4 § 17

             Uncontested bills, procedure for passage, Art. 4 § 18

             Veto by Governor, Art. 4 § 35

             Vote on final passage, Art. 4 § 18

      Budget

             Annual tax for state expenses, duties, Art. 9 § 2

             Submission of proposed budget by Governor to Legislature, Art. 4 § 2

      Census, supervision and direction, Art. 15 § 13

      Citizens’ Commission on Compensation for Certain Elected Officers, duties, proposed amendment, Art. 4 § 33A

      Committee meetings to be open, exception, Art. 4 § 15

      Constitutional amendments, procedure, Art. 16 § 1, Art. 19 § 2

      Constitutional convention, procedure, Art. 16 § 2, Art. 17 § 26

      Contemptuous behavior in presence of Legislature, punishment, Art. 4 § 7

      Continuity of government in event of enemy attack, Art. 4 § 37

      Disorderly behavior in presence of Legislature, punishment, Art. 4 § 7

      Elections

             Tie votes for offices, election of person to fill office, Art. 5 § 4

             Viva voce, Art. 2 § 5

      Employees (See Officers and employees, this heading)

      Expulsion of members, Art. 4 § 6

      Governor

             Communication concerning remission, reprieve, pardon or commutation, Art. 5 § 13

             Messages to and from, Art. 5 § 10, Art. 5 § 13

      Initiative, procedure, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 3

      Joint resolutions

             Number of members necessary to pass, Art. 4 § 18

             Signing, Art. 4 § 18

             Vote entered in journal, Art. 4 § 18

      Journals of houses

             Constitutional amendments entered, Art. 16 § 1

             Judges and justices, removal from office, Art. 7 § 3

             Publication, Art. 4 § 14

             Vetoed bills, Governor’s objections to be entered, Art. 4 § 35

             Yeas and nays entered, when, Art. 4 § 14, Art. 4 § 18, Art. 4 § 35, Art. 16 § 1

      Judges and justices, removal from office, Art. 7 § 3

      Limitations

             Creation of office, tenure of office limited, Art. 15 § 11

             Leave of absence to judicial officers prohibited, Art. 6 § 17

             Local or special laws prohibited, enumerated cases, Art. 4 § 20

             Special acts relating to corporations prohibited, exceptions, Art. 8 § 1

      Local or special laws, Art. 4 § 20, Art. 8 § 1

      Members (See ASSEMBLY MEMBERS; SENATORS, STATE)

      Officers and employees

             Compensation, Art. 4 § 28

             Oath of officers, Art. 15 § 2

             Selection of officers, Art. 4 § 6

      Open sessions and meetings, exception, Art. 4 § 15

      Petition for redress of grievances, right of people to, Art. 1 § 10

      Powers and duties vested, Art. 4 § 1

      Property taxes, duties, proposed amendment, Art. 10 § 7

      Punishment

             Disorderly conduct of members, Art. 4 § 6

             Nonmembers, Art. 4 § 7

      Quorum, Art. 4 § 13, Art. 4 § 37

      Reapportionment

             On basis of decennial census, Art. 4 § 5, Art. 15 § 13

             Representation according to population, Art. 1 § 13

             Territorial transition to State, Art. 17 § 6

      Referendum, procedure, Art. 19 § 3

      Regulations of executive agencies, review, Art. 3 § 1

      Representation determined by census, Art. 4 § 5

      Rules of proceedings, Art. 4 § 6

      Seat of Government, representation, Art. 4 § 37[A]

      Secretary of State to keep record of official acts, Art. 5 § 20

      Senate (See SENATE, STATE)

      Senators (See SENATORS, STATE)

      Separation of powers, Art. 3 § 1

      Sessions

             Adjournment

                   Absence of quorum, Art. 4 § 13

                   By Governor, when, Art. 5 § 11

                   Limitation, Art. 4 § 15

                   Sine die, Art. 4 § 2, Art. 4 § 2A, Art. 5 § 9

             Biennial, Art. 4 § 2, Art. 17 § 12

             Commencement, Art. 4 § 2, Art. 17 § 12

             Held at Seat of Government, Art. 4 § 1

             Limitation on duration, Art. 4 § 2

             Open, Art. 4 § 15

             Special sessions

                   Commencement and adjournment, Art. 4 § 2, Art. 4 § 2A, Art. 5 § 9

                   Limitations on business and duration, Art. 4 § 2A, Art. 5 § 9

                   Void actions, Art. 4 § 2A, Art. 5 § 9

             Void actions, Art. 4 § 2

      Special laws, passage restricted, Art. 4 § 20, Art. 8 § 1

      Statutes, publication, Art. 15 § 8

      Treason, power to pardon, reprieve or direct execution of sentence, Art. 5 § 13

      Voting

             Bills and joint resolutions, Art. 4 § 18

             Constitutional convention, calling, Art. 16 § 2

             Elections, viva voce, Art. 2 § 5

             Jury trials, bill requiring unanimous verdict in, Art. 1 § 3

             Veto, overriding, Art. 4 § 35

LIBEL

      Imprisonment for debt, Art. 1 § 14

      Truth as defense, evidence to jury, Art. 1 § 9

LIENS

      Estate tax, attachment of lien, Art. 10 § 4

      Homestead, Art. 4 § 30

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

      Absence from State, Art. 5 § 17

      Compensation, procedure for establishment, increase during term, proposed amendment, Art. 4 § 33A

      Duties

             Acting as Governor, Art. 5 § 18

             President of Senate, Art. 5 § 17

             Successor to Governor, Art. 5 § 18

             Vote when Senate equally divided, Art. 5 § 17

      Election, Art. 5 § 17

      Impeachment, Chief Justice to preside, Art. 7 § 1

      Oath of office, Art. 15 § 2

      President of the Senate (See SENATE, STATE)

      Qualifications, Art. 5 § 17

      Term of office

             First election under Constitution, Art. 17 § 18

             Length and limitation, Art. 5 § 17

LIQUOR

      Taxation, Art. 10 § 3[A]

LIVESTOCK

      Property tax exemption for personal property, Art. 10 § 1

LOANS

      Municipalities

             Legislature’s authority to restrict power to loan credit, Art. 8 § 8

             Loans of public credit prohibited, exception, Art. 8 § 10

      Public employees’ retirement money, loan to State prohibited, Art. 9 § 2

      State prohibited from lending money or credit to certain entities, Art. 8 § 9

LOTTERIES

      Charitable and nonprofit organizations, operation of lotteries, Art. 4 § 24

      State and political subdivisions, operation of lotteries prohibited, Art. 4 § 24

LYON COUNTY (See also COUNTIES)

      Judicial district, number, Art. 6 § 5

M

MALFEASANCE, MISFEASANCE AND NONFEASANCE

      Cause for impeachment of public officer, Art. 7 § 2

      Removal from public office, Art. 7 § 4

MANDAMUS

      District courts, power to issue, Art. 6 § 6

      Rights of victims during criminal proceedings, Art. 1 § 8, Art. 1 § 8A

      Supreme Court, power to issue, Art. 6 § 4

MAPS AND PLATS

      Vacation of town plats, enactment of local or special laws by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

MARIJUANA

      Legal use upon advice of physician, law to provide for, Art. 4 § 38

MARRIAGE

      Community and separate property, rights of married persons, Art. 4 § 31

      Divorce, special legislation prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Restriction on validity and recognition of certain marriages, Art. 1 § 21

MARTIAL LAW

      Governor’s authority to call out Militia, Art. 12 § 2

MASTERS

      Legislature may provide by law for referees in district courts, Art. 6 § 6

MEETINGS OF PUBLIC AGENCIES

      Citizens’ Commission on Compensation for Certain Elected Officers, duties, proposed amendment, Art. 4 § 33A

      Legislative meetings open and public, exception, Art. 4 § 15

MENTAL ILLNESS OR MENTAL RETARDATION, PERSONS WITH

      Institutions for benefit of, Art. 13 § 1

      Real estate, prohibition on local or special laws providing for sale, Art. 4 § 20

      Voting rights, Art. 2 § 1, Art. 2 § 2

MILITIA (See STATE MILITIA)

MINES AND MINERALS

      College of Mining, establishment, Art. 11 § 4, Art. 11 § 8

      Mining improvements, encouragement by Legislature, Art. 11 § 1

      Net proceeds, tax on

             Appropriation to counties, Art. 10 § 5

             Imposition of other taxes limited, Art. 10 § 5

             Initiative affecting taxation, requirements, proposed amendment, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 7

             Legislation imposing or increasing tax, supermajority required for passage, referral to voters, Art. 4 § 18

             Legislature to provide by law, Art. 10 § 1, Art. 10 § 5

             Rate, Art. 10 § 5

      Patented mines and mining claims, assessment and taxation, Art. 10 § 1, Art. 10 § 5

MINIMUM WAGE

      Payment, cost of living increases, Art. 15 § 16

      Taxation, state income tax on wages prohibited, Art. 10 § 1

MINORS

      Juvenile offenders, house of refuge, Art. 13 § 2

      Medical use of marijuana, restrictions, Art. 4 § 38

      Property, sale, Art. 4 § 20

      Public schools, compulsory education, Art. 11 § 2

MISDEMEANORS

      Punishment, prohibition against enactment by Legislature of local or special laws relating to, Art. 4 § 20

MONEY

      Circulation of certain bank notes and paper as money prohibited, Art. 8 § 6

      State, prohibition against loaning or donating money to corporations or associations, Art. 8 § 9

MORTGAGES

      Exempt from taxation, Art. 10 § 1

MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAXES

      Highway maintenance and construction, use of tax proceeds for, Art. 9 § 5

      Initiative affecting taxation, requirements, proposed amendment, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 7

      Legislation imposing or increasing taxes, supermajority required for passage, referral to voters, Art. 4 § 18

MOTOR VEHICLES

      Licensing and registration, disposition of fees, Art. 9 § 5

      Taxation

             Constitutional reservation for highway construction or repair inapplicable, Art. 9 § 5

             Initiative affecting taxation, requirements, proposed amendment, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 7

             Legislation imposing or increasing tax, supermajority required for passage, referral to voters, Art. 4 § 18

             Rate of assessment and taxation in lieu of property tax, Art. 10 § 1

MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS (See also CITIES)

      Amendment of laws concerning, Art. 8 § 8

      Continuity of government in event of enemy attack, Art. 4 § 37

      Debts, assumption by State prohibited, Art. 9 § 4

      Employees, tenure of office, Art. 15 § 11

      Formation under

             General laws, Art. 8 § 8

             Special acts, Art. 8 § 1

      Initiative, powers, Art. 19 § 4

      Loans of public credit restricted, Art. 8 § 8, Art. 8 § 10

      Lotteries, operation prohibited, Art. 4 § 24

      Municipal courts, establishment, Art. 6 § 1

      Officers, tenure of office, Art. 15 § 11

      Powers restricted, Art. 8 § 8

      Property exempt from taxation, Art. 8 § 2, Art. 10 § 1

      Referendum, powers, Art. 19 § 4

      Seat of Government, consolidated municipality, Art. 4 § 37[A]

      Stock in corporation, company or association, limitation on holding, Art. 8 § 10

MUNICIPAL COURTS

      Appeals to district court

             Jurisdiction of district courts, Art. 6 § 6

             Manner and cases prescribed by law, Art. 6 § 8

      Judges

             Disciplinary proceedings, Art. 6 § 21

             Fees or perquisites prohibited, Art. 6 § 10

      Judicial power vested in, Art. 6 § 1

      Jurisdiction, Art. 6 § 9

      Local or special laws regulating practice, enactment by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

MURDER

      Bail, Art. 1 § 7

      Rights of accused, Art. 1 § 8

      Sentence of death or life imprisonment without possibility of parole, commutation limited, Art. 5 § 14

MUTE PERSONS (See DISABILITIES, PERSONS WITH)

N

NAMES

      Change of name, prohibition on special laws relating to, Art. 4 § 20

NATIONAL GUARD

      Commander in Chief

             Call to active service, Art. 12 § 2

             Governor as, Art. 5 § 5, Art. 5 § 18

      Criminal proceedings, necessity of indictment, Art. 1 § 8

      Fines, imprisonment for fine prohibited, Art. 1 § 14

      Legislature to provide for, Art. 12 § 1

NECESSARIES

      Debtor’s property exempt from execution, Art. 1 § 14

NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS

      Promissory notes, exempt from taxation, when, Art. 10 § 1

NEVADA REVISED STATUTES

      Salary schedule for certain elected officers, inclusion, proposed amendment, Art. 4 § 33A

NEVADA SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION (See UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA)

NEWSPAPERS

      Freedom of the press, Art. 1 § 9

NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS

      Citizens’ Commission on Compensation for Certain Elected Officers, representation, proposed amendment, Art. 4 § 33A

      Donations or loans of public money, Art. 8 § 9

      Lotteries, operation, Art. 4 § 24

      Taxation, exemptions, Art. 8 § 2

NONRESIDENTS

      President and Vice President of United States, Legislature may provide by law for conditions for voting, Art. 2 § 1

      Taxation of lands belonging to nonresident, Ordinance

NYE COUNTY (See also COUNTIES)

      Judicial district, number, Art. 6 § 5

O

OATHS AND AFFIRMATIONS

      Oath of office, form of official oath, Art. 15 § 2

      Teachers and professors required to take and subscribe to oath, Art. 11 § 5

      Warrants, requirements for issuance, Art. 1 § 18

OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES

      Funds for providing compensation segregated in State Treasury, Art. 9 § 2

OIL AND GAS

      Tax on net proceeds of minerals, Art. 10 § 5

OPEN MEETINGS

      Legislative meetings open and public, exception, Art. 4 § 15

OPEN-SPACE REAL PROPERTY

      Assessment and taxation, Art. 10 § 1

ORMSBY COUNTY (See also CARSON CITY)

      Consolidated municipality, Art. 4 § 37[A]

      Judicial district, number, Art. 6 § 5

P

PARDONS

      Governor, power to grant, Art. 5 § 14

      Officials authorized to grant, Art. 5 § 13, Art. 5 § 14

      State Board of Pardons Commissioners, powers, Art. 5 § 14

PARDONS COMMISSIONERS, STATE BOARD OF

      Members, Art. 5 § 14

      Powers, Art. 5 § 14

PAROLE

      Sentence of life imprisonment without possibility of parole may not be commuted to sentence allowing parole, Art. 5 § 14

      Victims of crime, right to notice of and to be present at proceedings, proposed amendment, Art. 1 § 8A

PATENTED MINES AND MINING CLAIMS

      Assessment and taxation, Art. 10 § 5

PERJURY

      Conviction disqualifies from jury service, Art. 4 § 27

PERPETUITIES, RULE AGAINST

      Eleemosynary purposes, perpetuities allowed only for, Art. 15 § 4

PERSONAL PROPERTY

      Acquisition, possession and protection, inalienable right, Art. 1 § 1

      Execution, exemptions, Art. 1 § 14

      Free port, exemption from taxation, Art. 10 § 1

      Household goods and furniture, tax exemption, Art. 10 § [3]

      Property tax (See also PROPERTY TAX)

             Exemption, Art. 10 § 1

      Separate property, rights of married persons, Art. 4 § 31

      Unreasonable search and seizure prohibited, Art. 1 § 18

PETITION

      Initiative petitions (See INITIATIVE)

      Recall petitions (See RECALL OF PUBLIC OFFICERS)

      Referendum petitions (See REFERENDUM)

      Right to petition Legislature, Art. 1 § 10

PLATS

      Vacation of town plats, prohibition on enactment by Legislature of local or special laws, Art. 4 § 20

POLITICAL PARTIES

      Judicial Discipline, Commission on, restrictions on appointments, Art. 6 § 21

      Judicial Selection, Commission on, restrictions on appointments, Art. 6 § 20

      Legislator appointed to fill vacancy to be of same political party, Art. 4 § 12

POSTMASTERS

      Eligibility for civil office, Art. 4 § 9

PRELIMINARY HEARINGS

      Defendant’s right to counsel, Art. 1 § 8

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS

      Qualification of electors, Art. 2 § 1

PRESUMPTIONS

      Bail in capital offenses, Art. 1 § 7

PRISON COMMISSIONERS, BOARD OF STATE

      Members, Art. 5 § 21

      Powers and duties generally, Art. 5 § 21

PRISONS AND PRISONERS (See IMPRISONMENT)

PROBABLE CAUSE

      Search warrants, necessity for probable cause, Art. 1 § 18

PROBATE (See ESTATES OF DECEDENTS; WILLS)

PROBATE COURTS

      Abolishment, transfer of pending cases to district courts, Art. 17 § 13, Art. 17 § 23

PROCLAMATIONS

      Governor, convening special session of Legislature, Art. 4 § 2, Art. 5 § 9

PROHIBITION, WRIT OF

      District courts, power to issue, Art. 6 § 6

      Supreme Court, power to issue, Art. 6 § 4

PROMISSORY NOTES

      Exempt from taxation, Art. 10 § 1

PROPERTY (See PERSONAL PROPERTY; REAL PROPERTY)

PROPERTY TAX

      Abatement of tax upon single-family residences to avoid severe economic hardship, Art. 10 § 1

      Annual tax for state expenses, Art. 9 § 2, Art. 9 § 3

      Assessment

             Agricultural and open-space real property, Art. 10 § 1

             Equal and uniform rate, Art. 10 § 1

             Mines and mining claims, Art. 10 § 5

      Base value of property, determination, transfer, increase or decrease, proposed amendment, Art. 10 § 7

      Corporations, Art. 8 § 2

      Exemptions

             Banks, deposits and shares of stock, Art. 10 § 1

             Bonds, Art. 10 § 1

             Book accounts, Art. 10 § 1

             Business inventories, Art. 10 § 1

             Charitable corporations, Art. 8 § 2

             Educational corporations, Art. 8 § 2

             Enactment by Legislature, required findings, Art. 10 § 6

             Energy conservation, property used for, Art. 10 § 1

             Household goods and furniture, Art. 10 § [3]

             Livestock, Art. 10 § 1

             Mines and mining claims, patented, Art. 10 § 5

             Mortgages, Art. 10 § 1

             Motor vehicles, Art. 10 § 1

             Municipal corporations, land and property, Art. 8 § 2

             Personal property, Art. 10 § 1

             Promissory notes, Art. 10 § 1

             Religious corporations, Art. 8 § 2

             Single-family residences, partial exemption to avoid severe economic hardship, Art. 10 § 1

             Stock, Art. 10 § 1

             United States property, Ordinance

      First 3 years after adoption of Constitution, limitation, Art. 17 § 24

      Initiative affecting taxation, requirements, proposed amendment, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 7

      Legislation imposing or increasing taxes, supermajority required for passage, referral to voters, Art. 4 § 18

      Levy, Art. 10 § 2, Art. 10 § 7

      Local or special laws relating to assessment and collection, enactment by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Motor vehicles, in lieu tax authorized, Art. 9 § 5, Art. 10 § 1

      Nonresidents, Ordinance

      Rate, Art. 10 § 2, Art. 10 § 7

      Territorial debts, levy for, Art. 17 § 24

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS

      Compensation, Art. 4 § 32, Art. 4 § 33A

      Consolidate, abolish, increase or diminish office, legislative power, Art. 4 § 32

      Election and duties fixed by law, Art. 4 § 32

      Eligibility for office, Art. 15 § 3

      Terms of office, limitation, Art. 15 § 3

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES

      Merit system to govern employment in Executive Branch, Art. 15 § 15

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES’ RETIREMENT SYSTEM

      Actuarial assumptions, adoption, Art. 9 § 2

      Citizens’ Commission on Compensation for Certain Elected Officers, duties of Retirement Board, proposed amendment, Art. 4 § 33A

      Executive officer and independent actuary, employment, Art. 9 § 2

      Governance by Public Employees’ Retirement Board mandatory, Art. 9 § 2

      Money for purpose of funding and administering System

             Prohibition against loan to State or investment to purchase state obligations, Art. 9 § 2

             Segregation of money in State Treasury, declaration as trust fund, Art. 9 § 2

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

      Correctional institutions, Art. 13 § 2

      Perpetuities for eleemosynary purposes, Art. 15 § 4

      Residence for voting unaffected during confinement, Art. 2 § 2

      State to foster and support institutions for benefit of persons with disabilities, Art. 13 § 1

PUBLIC LANDS

      Educational purposes, grants, Art. 11 § 3

      Federal lands

             Acquired from State, taxation by State, Ordinance

             Property tax exemption, Ordinance

      Right to lands disclaimed, Ordinance

      School property, Art. 11 § 3

      Territorial transition to State, effect, Art. 17 § 4

      University of Nevada, grants, Art. 11 § 8

PUBLIC OFFICES AND OFFICERS

      Appointment or election unprovided for, selection or appointment prescribed by law, Art. 15 § 10

      Assembly members (See ASSEMBLY MEMBERS)

      Attorney General (See ATTORNEY GENERAL)

      Bribery, disqualification from office, Art. 4 § 10

      Congressmen (See REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS; SENATORS, U.S.)

      Continuity of government in event of enemy attack, Art. 4 § 37

      County officers (See COUNTY OFFICERS; specific officer)

      Defalcation, disqualification from office, Art. 4 § 10

      District attorneys (See DISTRICT ATTORNEYS)

      Election (See ELECTIONS)

      Eligibility, Art. 4 § 8, Art. 4 § 9, Art. 4 § 10, Art. 15 § 3

      Embezzlement, disqualification from office, Art. 4 § 10

      Governor (See GOVERNOR)

      Impeachment, state and judicial officers, Art. 7 § 2

      Judicial officers (See specific courts)

      Lieutenant Governor (See LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR)

      Oath of office, form of official oath, Art. 15 § 2

      President and Vice President of United States, right to vote for, Art. 2 § 1

      Public administrators (See PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS)

      Recall (See RECALL OF PUBLIC OFFICERS)

      Removal, malfeasance or nonfeasance, Art. 7 § 4

      Reports to Governor, Art. 5 § 6

      Representatives (See REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS)

      Right to vote for, Art. 2 § 1

      Salaries fixed by Constitution, increase or decrease provided by law, Art. 15 § 9

      Secretary of State (See SECRETARY OF STATE)

      Senators, State (See SENATORS, STATE)

      Senators, U.S. (See SENATORS, UNITED STATES)

      State Controller (See STATE CONTROLLER)

      State officers generally

             Offices to be kept at Seat of Government, Art. 15 § 12

            Salaries for first term of office, Art. 17 § 5

      State Treasurer (See STATE TREASURER)

      Superintendent of Public Instruction (See SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION)

      Terms of office

             First election under Constitution, Art. 17 § 8

             Limitation, Art. 15 § 3, Term Limits Act

      Territorial officers, transition schedule, Art. 17

      Vacancies in office

             Governor, filling, Art. 5 § 8, Art. 6 § 20, Art. 17 § 22

             Judicial officers, absence from State, Art. 6 § 17

             Office of Governor, Art. 5 § 17, Art. 5 § 18

             Recall or resignation, manner of filling vacancy, Art. 2 § 9

Q

QUO WARRANTO

      District courts, power to issue, Art. 6 § 6

      Supreme Court, power to issue, Art. 6 § 4

R

RADIO

      Freedom of speech and press, Art. 1 § 9

RAILROADS

      Municipal corporations may loan public money to or own stock in railroad corporation, company or association, Art. 8 § 10

      Rates, county commissioners’ authority to establish and regulate, Art. 4 § 20

      Tunnel companies, power of Legislature to establish and regulate, Art. 4 § 20

REAL PROPERTY

      Acquisition, possession and protection, inalienable right, Art. 1 § 1

      Agricultural land, taxation, Art. 10 § 1

      Deeds, prohibition on local or special laws giving effect to invalid deeds, Art. 4 § 20

      Eminent domain, Art. 1 § 8, Art. 1 § 22

      Homesteads, Art. 4 § 30

      Mentally ill or incompetent persons, prohibition on enactment by Legislature of local or special laws relating to sale of property, Art. 4 § 20

      Minors, prohibition on enactment by Legislature of local or special laws relating to sale of property, Art. 4 § 20

      Open-space property, taxation, Art. 10 § 1

      Perpetuities allowed only for eleemosynary purposes, Art. 15 § 4

      Property tax (See PROPERTY TAX)

      Separate property, rights of married persons, Art. 4 § 31

REAPPORTIONMENT

      Legislators, Art. 4 § 5, Art. 15 § 13, Art. 17 § 6

      Representation according to population, Art. 1 § 13

REBELLION (See INSURRECTIONS)

RECALL OF PUBLIC OFFICERS

      Assembly members, Art. 2 § 9

      Election

             Ballots, contents, Art. 2 § 9

             Candidates for election as successor, nomination, Art. 2 § 9

             Effect on subsequent recall proceedings, Art. 2 § 9

             Special election to be called, Art. 2 § 9

             Time for holding, Art. 2 § 9

      Performance of duties to continue, Art. 2 § 9

      Petitions

             Contents, Art. 2 § 9

             Filing, Art. 2 § 9

             Nominating petitions for successors, Art. 2 § 9

             Number of signatures required, Art. 2 § 9

             Subsequent recall proceedings, limitation on, Art. 2 § 9

             Time for circulation and filing, Art. 2 § 9

      Public officers subject to recall, Art. 2 § 9

      Resignation by officer, effect, Art. 2 § 9

      Senators, Art. 2 § 9

      Subsequent recall proceedings, limitation on, Art. 2 § 9

      Vacancy in office resulting from resignation, Art. 2 § 9

RECORDING OF INSTRUMENTS

      Homesteads, Art. 4 § 30

REFEREES

      Legislature may provide by law for referees in district courts, Art. 6 § 6

REFERENDUM (For general provisions relating to elections, see ELECTIONS)

      Cities, Art. 19 § 4

      Counties, Art. 19 § 4

      Legislature may provide by law for procedures to facilitate operation, Art. 19 § 5

      State

             Count and canvass of votes, Art. 5 § 4

             Petition

                   Circulation, cessation date, Art. 19 § 1

                   Contents, form and signatures, Art. 19 § 3

                   Copy of petition, time limit for filing before circulating, Art. 19 § 1

                   Manner of verification of signatures, Art. 19 § 3

                   Number of signatures required, Art. 19 § 1

             Submission of question to electorate, effect of approval or disapproval, Art. 19 § 1

REGULATIONS OF EXECUTIVE AGENCIES

      Legislative review, Art. 3 § 1

      Nullification by Legislature, Art. 3 § 1

RELIGION

      Free exercise and enjoyment of religion guaranteed, Ordinance, Art. 1 § 4

      Public funds, use for sectarian purposes prohibited, Art. 11 § 10

      Public schools, sectarian instruction prohibited, Art. 11 § 2, Art. 11 § 9

      Witness’s religious beliefs, no effect on competency, Art. 1 § 4

RELIGIOUS CORPORATIONS

      Lotteries, operation, Art. 4 § 24

      Property tax exemption, Art. 8 § 2

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS

      Canvass of election returns, Art. 5 § 4

      Term limits, Term Limits Act

REPRIEVES

      Authority of Governor and Legislature, Art. 5 § 13

RESIDENCE AND RESIDENTS

      Taxation of land belonging to nonresidents, Ordinance

      Voting, qualifications and registration of voters, Art. 2 § 1, Art. 2 § 2, Art. 2 § 6

RIGHTS OF WAY

      Corporations, Art. 8 § 7

      Eminent domain (See EMINENT DOMAIN)

RIOTS

      Elections, laws to prohibit undue influence from tumult, Art. 4 § 27

      Private property taken for public use without compensation, Art. 1 § 8

ROOP COUNTY

      Attached to Washoe County, Art. 6 § 5, Art. 17 § 25

RULE AGAINST PERPETUITIES

      Eleemosynary purposes, perpetuities allowed only for, Art. 15 § 4

S

SALES AND USE TAXES

      Exemptions

             Enactment by Legislature, required findings, Art. 10 § 6

             Food, exemptions and exceptions, Art. 10 § 3[A]

      Initiative affecting taxation, requirements, proposed amendment, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 7

      Legislation imposing or increasing taxes, supermajority required for passage, referral to voters, Art. 4 § 18

      Local or special laws relating to assessment and collection, enactment by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Minerals, imposition of taxes limited, Art. 10 § 5

SCHOOL DISTRICTS

      Budgets, presentation of, Art. 11 § 6

      Minerals, apportionment of appropriation from tax on net proceeds, Art. 10 § 5

      Property

             Bequests and gifts for educational purposes, Art. 11 § 3

            Exemption from taxation and execution, Art. 10 § 1

      Trustees, election, Art. 15 § 3

SCHOOL FINANCES AND FUNDS

      Bequests and gifts for educational purposes, Art. 11 § 3

      Escheat of estates pledged for educational purposes, Art. 11 § 3

      Estate tax, use for support and maintenance of schools, Art. 10 § 4

      Federal lands, proceeds from sale pledged for educational purposes, Art. 11 § 3

      Fines, penal fines pledged for educational purposes, Art. 11 § 3

      Legislative appropriations, Art. 11 § 3, Art. 11 § 6

      Public lands, pledge of certain property and money for educational purposes, Art. 11 § 3

      Sectarian purposes, use of public funds prohibited, Art. 11 § 2, Art. 11 § 10

      State Distributive School Account, sectarian instruction grounds for depriving school district of share, Art. 11 § 2

      State Permanent School Fund

             Apportionment and use of interest, Art. 11 § 3

             Composition, Art. 11 § 3

             Sectarian instruction grounds for depriving school district of share, Art. 11 § 2

SCHOOLS, PRIVATE

      Property tax exemption, Art. 8 § 2, Art. 10 § 1

      Public school funds, use for sectarian purposes prohibited, Art. 11 § 10

      Residence for voting unaffected while attending, Art. 2 § 2

SCHOOLS, PUBLIC

      Common schools, uniform system established, Art. 11 § 2

      Establishment, Art. 11 § 5

      Pupils

             Attendance, Legislature to provide for, Art. 11 § 2

             Compulsory education, Legislature to provide for, Art. 11 § 2

      Teachers

             Oaths, Art. 11 § 5

             Sectarian doctrines, teaching prohibited, Art. 11 § 2, Art. 11 § 9

      Term, minimum annual, Art. 11 § 2

      University (See UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA)

SEAL, STATE

      Governor to keep, Art. 5 § 15

      Grants and commissions, Seal affixed, Art. 5 § 16

      Name, Art. 5 § 15

SEARCH WARRANTS

      Contents, Art. 1 § 18

      Issuance, prerequisites, Art. 1 § 18

      Probable cause, Art. 1 § 18

SEARCHES

      Unreasonable searches, prohibited, Art. 1 § 18

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT (See CARSON CITY; COUNTY SEATS)

SECESSION

      Habeas corpus, suspension in cases of rebellion, Art. 1 § 5

      State’s or people’s attempt to secede prohibited, Art. 1 § 2

SECRETARY OF STATE

      Compensation, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 15 § 9, Art. 17 § 5

      Duties prescribed by law, Art. 5 § 22

      Election, Art. 5 § 19

      Election returns, receipt, Art. 5 § 4

      Examiners, State Board of, member, Art. 5 § 21

      Grants and commissions, countersigned by, Art. 5 § 16

      Impeachment, Art. 7 § 2

      Initiative petition, duties, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 3

      Legislature

             Bills filed by Governor, return to Legislature, Art. 4 § 35

             Record of official acts, duties, Art. 5 § 20

      Oath of office, Art. 15 § 2

      Office at Seat of Government, Art. 15 § 12

      Prison Commissioners, Board of State, member, Art. 5 § 21

      Qualifications, Art. 5 § 19

      Records of official acts of Legislature and Executive Department, duties, Art. 5 § 20

      Referendum, duties, Art. 19 § 1, Art. 19 § 3

      Salary schedule for certain elected officers, receipt, proposed amendment, Art. 4 § 33A

      Term Limits Act, duties, Term Limits Act

      Term of office

             First election under Constitution, Art. 17 § 8, Art. 17 § 18

             Length, Art. 5 § 19

             Limitation, Art. 5 § 19

      Territorial Secretary, duties, Art. 17 § 14, Art. 17 § 20

      Vacancy in office, filling, Art. 17 § 22

SECURITIES

      Exempt from taxation, Art. 10 § 1

SEIZURE

      Execution, exemptions, Art. 1 § 14

      Unreasonable seizures prohibited, Art. 1 § 18

SELF-INCRIMINATION

      Protection against, Art. 1 § 8

SENATE, STATE (For general provisions, see LEGISLATURE)

      Arrest, members exempt, Art. 4 § 11

      Committee meetings to be open, exception, Art. 4 § 15

      Contemptuous behavior during session, Art. 4 § 7

      Continuity of government in event of enemy attack, Art. 4 § 37

      Disorderly conduct during session, Art. 4 § 7

      Employees, compensation, Art. 4 § 28

      Impeachment

             Chief Justice to preside over Senate while trying Governor or Lieutenant Governor, Art. 7 § 1

             Conviction, supermajority requirement, Art. 7 § 1

             Trial, Art. 7 § 1

      Members (See SENATORS, STATE)

      Officers

             Compensation, Art. 4 § 28

             Selection, Art. 4 § 6

      Powers

             Attendance, authority to compel, Art. 4 § 13

             Expulsion of own members, Art. 4 § 6

             Officers, selection, Art. 4 § 6

             Punishment of own members for disorderly conduct, Art. 4 § 6

             Qualifications of members, power to judge, Art. 4 § 6

             Rules of own proceedings, determination, Art. 4 § 6

             Vested, Art. 4 § 1

      President of Senate

             Additional compensation, Art. 4 § 33

             Enrolled bills and resolutions, signing, Art. 4 § 18

             Lieutenant Governor as President, casting vote, Art. 5 § 17

      President Pro Tempore, acts as Governor, when, Art. 5 § 17

      Punishment

             Members, Art. 4 § 6

             Nonmembers, Art. 4 § 7

      Quorum, Art. 4 § 13, Art. 4 § 37

      Rules of procedure, Art. 4 § 6, Art. 4 § 13, Art. 4 § 18

      Secretary, signing of bills and resolutions, Art. 4 § 18

      Voting

             Bills and joint resolutions, Art. 4 § 18

             Constitutional amendments, majority necessary, Art. 16 § 1

             Lieutenant Governor as President, casting vote, Art. 5 § 17

             Viva voce for elections, Art. 2 § 5

SENATORS, STATE (See also ASSEMBLY MEMBERS)

      Absent members, compelling attendance, Art. 4 § 13

      Appointment to civil office of profit, restriction, Art. 4 § 8

      Arrest, exemption during session, Art. 4 § 11

      Compensation, Art. 4 § 28, Art. 4 § 33, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 15 § 9, Art. 17 § 5

      Disorderly or contemptuous conduct, punishment, Art. 4 § 6

      Election, Art. 4 § 4, Art. 4 § 6, Term Limits Act

      Expenses, postage, express charges, newspapers and stationery, Art. 4 § 33

      Expulsion, Art. 4 § 6

      Former Senators, appointment to civil office of profit restricted, Art. 4 § 8

      Ineligibility for certain offices, Art. 4 § 8

      Number, Art. 4 § 5, Art. 15 § 6

      Oath of office, Art. 15 § 2

      Performance of duties out-of-session, proposed amendment, Art. 4 § 33

      Qualifications, Art. 4 § 4, Art. 4 § 5, Art. 4 § 6

      Recall petition, Art. 2 § 9

      Terms of office

             First election under Constitution, Art. 17 § 9, Art. 17 § 10

             Length of term, Art. 4 § 4, Art. 17 § 10

             Limitation, Art. 4 § 4

      Vacancies in office, Art. 4 § 12

SENATORS, UNITED STATES

      Canvass of election returns, Art. 5 § 4

      Stance on term limits, inclusion on ballot, Term Limits Act

SENTENCE

      Commutation, Art. 5 § 13, Art. 5 § 14

      Death or life imprisonment without possibility of parole, commutation of sentence limited, Art. 5 § 14

      Suspension of sentence

             District courts, power, Art. 5 § 14

             Governor, power, Art. 5 § 14

      Victims of crime, rights, proposed amendment, Art. 1 § 8A

SEPARATE PROPERTY

      Rights of married persons, Art. 4 § 31

      What constitutes, Art. 4 § 31

SEPARATION OF POWERS

      Generally, Art. 3 § 1

SEX DISCRIMINATION

      Elections, denial of right to vote on account of sex prohibited, Art. 2 § 1

SEXUAL ORIENTATION

      Restriction on validity and recognition of certain marriages, Art. 1 § 21

SHERIFFS

      Compensation, Art. 4 § 32, Art. 4 § 33A

      Consolidate, abolish, increase or diminish office, legislative power, Art. 4 § 32

      Election and duties fixed by law, Art. 4 § 32

      Eligibility for office, Art. 15 § 3

      Terms of office, limitation, Art. 15 § 3

SLANDER

      Imprisonment, Art. 1 § 14

SLAVERY

      Prohibited, Ordinance, Art. 1 § 17

SPEECH

      Freedom of speech, Art. 1 § 9

STATE BAR OF NEVADA

      Judicial Discipline, Commission on, representation, Art. 6 § 21

      Judicial Selection, Commission on, representation, Art. 6 § 20

      Nomination of judicial officers to fill vacancies, Art. 6 § 20

STATE CAPITAL (See CARSON CITY)

STATE CONTROLLER

      Bond requirements, Art. 17 § 20

      Duties prescribed by law, Art. 5 § 22

      Election, Art. 5 § 19

      Impeachment, Art. 7 § 2

      Oath of office, Art. 15 § 2

      Office at Seat of Government, Art. 15 § 12

      Qualifications, Art. 5 § 19

      Salary, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 15 § 9, Art. 17 § 5

      Term of office

             First election under Constitution, Art. 17 § 8, Art. 17 § 18

             Length, Art. 5 § 19

             Limitation, Art. 5 § 19

      Territorial Auditor, continuation of duties until qualification of Controller, Art. 17 § 14

      Vacancy in office, filling, Art. 17 § 22

STATE EMPLOYEES

      Merit system to govern employment in Executive Branch, Art. 15 § 15

      Public Employees’ Retirement System (See PUBLIC EMPLOYEES’ RETIREMENT SYSTEM)

STATE FINANCES AND FUNDS

      Annual tax for state expenses, Art. 9 § 2, Art. 9 § 3

      Bonds

             Interest to be paid semiannually, Art. 9 § 3

             Maximum indebtedness of State, Art. 9 § 3

             Maximum term, Art. 9 § 3

             Tax levy for public purposes limited, Art. 10 § 2

      Budget, submission of proposal by Governor to Legislature, Art. 4 § 2

      Claims against the State, State Board of Examiners to consider, Art. 5 § 21

      Debt of State, limitations and exceptions, Art. 9 § 3

      Debts of municipalities and corporations, prohibition on assumption by State, exceptions, Art. 9 § 4

      Fiscal year, Art. 9 § 1

      Legislative measures concerning public revenue, requirements to pass, Art. 4 § 18

      Loans of public credit prohibited, Art. 8 § 9

      Public employees’ retirement money, prohibition against loan to State or investment in state obligations, Art. 9 § 2

      Refunds from State, local and special laws prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      School finances (See SCHOOL FINANCES AND FUNDS)

      Sectarian purposes, use for prohibited, Art. 11 § 10

STATE HIGHWAYS

      Motor vehicle fees for license and registration, proceeds used for construction and maintenance of highways, Art. 9 § 5

      Motor vehicle fuel taxes, proceeds used for construction and maintenance of highways, Art. 9 § 5

STATE MILITIA (See also ARMED FORCES)

      Criminal proceedings, Art. 1 § 8

      Fines, imprisonment for militia fine in time of peace prohibited, Art. 1 § 14

      Governor

             Commander in Chief, Art. 5 § 5, Art. 5 § 18

             Power to call out, Art. 12 § 2

      Legislature to provide for, Art. 12 § 1

      Voluntary organizations, Legislature to encourage, Art. 12 § 1

STATE OF NEVADA

      Actions against State, provision made by law, Art. 4 § 22

      Actions by State, style of process, Art. 6 § 13

      Admission into Union, effect upon rights and liabilities, Art. 17 § 1

      Boundaries, Art. 14 § 1

      Continuity of government in event of enemy attack, Art. 4 § 37

      Seal, Art. 5 § 15

      Secession from Union prohibited, Art. 1 § 2

      Speculation prohibited, Art. 8 § 9

      Stockholder, prohibitions, Art. 8 § 9

      Territory of Nevada (See TERRITORY OF NEVADA)

STATE OF THE STATE

      Message from Governor to Legislature, Art. 5 § 10

STATE OFFICERS (See PUBLIC OFFICES AND OFFICERS; specific officer)

STATE SEAL

      Governor to keep, Art. 5 § 15

      Grants and commissions, Seal affixed, Art. 5 § 16

      Name, Art. 5 § 15

STATE TREASURER

      Bond requirements, Art. 17 § 20

      Duties prescribed by law, Art. 5 § 22

      Election, Art. 5 § 19

      Impeachment, Art. 7 § 2

      Oath of office, Art. 15 § 2

      Office at Seat of Government, Art. 15 § 12

      Qualifications, Art. 5 § 19

      Salary, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 15 § 9, Art. 17 § 5

      Term of office

             First election under Constitution, Art. 17 § 8, Art. 17 § 18

             Length, Art. 5 § 19

             Limitation, Art. 5 § 19

      Territorial Treasurer, duties continued, Art. 17 § 14

      Vacancy in office, filling, Art. 17 § 22

STATE TREASURY

      Industrial insurance, money collected for declared trust funds, Art. 9 § 2

      Legislative officers and employees, payment of compensation from Treasury restricted, Art. 4 § 28

      Manner of drawing money from, Art. 4 § 19

      Public Employees’ Retirement System, money collected by System declared trust funds, Art. 9 § 2

      Refunding money, local and special laws providing for, Art. 4 § 20

STATE UNIVERSITY (See UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA)

STATUTES

      Acts may embrace but one subject, Art. 4 § 17

      Amendment, Art. 4 § 17

      Corporation laws, Art. 8 § 1

      Enacting clause, Art. 4 § 23

      Ex post facto laws prohibited, Art. 1 § 15

      General laws must be of uniform application, Art. 4 § 21

      Governor, execution of laws, Art. 5 § 7

      Initiative procedure, Art. 19 § 2

      Local and special laws

             Corporate powers, municipal purposes, Art. 8 § 1

             Passage restricted, Art. 4 § 20, Art. 4 § 21

      Publication

             Amendments and revisions, Art. 4 § 17

             Provision by Legislature, Art. 15 § 8

      Referendum procedure, Art. 19 § 1

      Revision, Art. 4 § 17

      Secretary of State to keep record of official acts, Art. 5 § 20

      Taxation and assessment rates to be uniform and equal, Art. 10 § 1

      Territorial laws

             Continuation in force until expiration, alteration or repeal, Art. 17 § 2

             Corporations formed under, regulation, Art. 8 § 4

      Title expressing subject matter required, Art. 4 § 17

STOREY COUNTY (See also COUNTIES)

      Judicial district, number, Art. 6 § 5

STREETS AND ALLEYS

      Vacating, enactment by Legislature of local or special laws prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

SUBVERSION

      Prohibition, Art. 1 § 2

SUFFRAGE

      Right of, Art. 2 § 1

SUNDAY

      Governor’s filing of bill with Secretary of State, computation of time, Art. 4 § 35

      Governor’s return of bill to Legislature, computation of time, Art. 4 § 35

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

      Appointment, Art. 11 § 1

      Duties prescribed by law, Art. 5 § 22, Art. 11 § 1

      Eligibility, Art. 15 § 3

      Oath of office, Art. 15 § 2

      Salary, Art. 15 § 9, Art. 17 § 5

      Term of office

             First election under Constitution, Art. 17 § 8, Art. 17 § 18

             Prescribed by law, Art. 11 § 1

      Territorial Superintendent, duties continued, Art. 17 § 14

      Vacancy in office, filling, Art. 17 § 22

SUPREME COURT

      Clerk (See CLERK OF SUPREME COURT)

      Code of Judicial Conduct, adoption, Art. 6 § 21

      Composition of Court, Art. 6 § 2

      Costs, appeal in civil actions, Art. 6 § 16

      Court of appeals, duties, Art. 6 § 3A

      Court of record, Art. 6 § 8

      Decisions

             Conflicts, resolution by full Court, Art. 6 § 2

             Effective when filed with Clerk, Art. 15 § 8

             Panels of justices, Art. 6 § 2

             Publication, Art. 15 § 8

      Elections, canvass of votes by justices, Art. 5 § 4

      Fees, Art. 6 § 16

      Habeas corpus, power to issue writ, Art. 6 § 4

      Holding court, Art. 6 § 7

      Judicial Discipline, Commission on, appointment of members, Art. 6 § 21

      Judicial power vested in, Art. 6 § 1

      Jurisdiction, Art. 6 § 4

      Justices

             Absence from State, forfeiture of office, Art. 6 § 17

             Apportionment of work, Art. 6 § 19

             Chief Justice

                   Absence or temporary disability, Art. 6 § 19

                   Administrative head of court system, Art. 6 § 19

                   Commission on Judicial Selection, member, Art. 6 § 20

                   Court of appeals, duties, Art. 6 § 3A

                   Determination by lot in certain circumstances, Art. 6 § 3

                   Disability, Art. 6 § 4

                   Disqualification, Art. 6 § 4

                   Powers, Art. 6 § 19

                   Presiding officer at certain impeachment proceedings, Art. 7 § 1

                   Rotation, justices elected in 1864, Art. 6 § 3

                   Senior Justice in commission, Art. 6 § 3

                   Succession to office, Art. 6 § 19

             Commutations and pardons, Art. 5 § 14

             Composition of Court, Art. 6 § 2

             Court of appeals judge may sit in place of, Art. 6 § 4

             Disability, Art. 6 § 4

             Disciplinary proceedings, Art. 6 § 21, Art. 7 § 3

             Disqualification, Art. 6 § 4

             District judge may sit in place of, Art. 6 § 4

             Election, Art. 6 § 3

             Extra compensation, fees and perquisites prohibited, Art. 6 § 10

             Fines, remission of, Art. 5 § 14

             First justices under Constitution, entry into office, Art. 17 § 19

             Forfeiture of office, Art. 6 § 17

             Forfeitures, remission of, Art. 5 § 14

             Impeachment, Art. 7 § 2

             Ineligibility for other offices, Art. 6 § 11

             Number, Art. 6 § 2

             Oath of office, Art. 15 § 2

             Panels of justices to hear and decide cases, Art. 6 § 2

             Pardoning power, Art. 5 § 14

             Pardons Commissioners, State Board of, members, Art. 5 § 14

             Removal from office, Art. 6 § 21, Art. 7 § 3

             Retired justices, recall to active service, Art. 6 § 19

             Retirement as disciplinary action, Art. 6 § 21

             Salaries

                   Establishment, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 6 § 15

                   First justices under Constitution, Art. 17 § 5

                   Increase or decrease during term, Art. 4 § 33A, Art. 6 § 15, Art. 15 § 9

                   Special court fees applied toward payment of salaries, Art. 6 § 16

             Terms of office

                   Length of term, Art. 6 § 3

                   Staggered terms, Art. 6 § 2

                   Vacancies, term of appointee, Art. 6 § 20

             Vacancy in office, power of Governor to fill, Art. 6 § 4, Art. 6 § 20

      Legislative authority to increase or decrease number of justices, Art. 6 § 2

      Oral argument, court may hear at places other than Seat of Government, Art. 6 § 7

      Panels of justices, hearings and decisions, Art. 6 § 2

      Practice and procedure, local or special laws prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Terms of court, Art. 6 § 7, Art. 17 § 15

      Writs, extraordinary, power to issue, Art. 6 § 4

SURVEYOR GENERAL

      First election under Constitution, Art. 17 § 8, Art. 17 § 18

      Salary for first term, Art. 17 § 5

SUSPENSION OF SENTENCE

      District courts, power, Art. 5 § 14

      Governor, power, Art. 5 § 14

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TAKINGS (See EMINENT DOMAIN)

TAXES AND TAXATION

      Annual tax to be levied, Art. 9 § 2

      Business inventories, Art. 10 § 1

      Estate tax, imposition, Art. 10 § 4

      Food exempt from taxes on retail sales, exceptions, Art. 10 § 3[A]

      Free port, exemption of personal property in transit, Art. 10 § 1

      Household goods and furniture, exemption, Art. 10 § [3]

      Income tax, Art. 10 § 1

      Inheritance tax prohibited, Art. 10 § 1

      Initiative affecting taxation, requirements, proposed amendment, Art. 19 § 2, Art. 19 § 7

      Initiative making appropriation or mandating expenditures, provision for imposition of sufficient tax revenue required, Art. 19 § 6

      Intoxicating liquor, Art. 10 § 3[A]

      Legislation imposing or increasing taxes, supermajority required for passage, referral to voters, Art. 4 § 18

      Levies, Art. 10 § 1, Art. 10 § 2, Art. 10 § 7

      Livestock, Art. 10 § 1

      Local or special laws concerning assessment and collection, enactment by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Mines and minerals (See MINES AND MINERALS)

      Motor vehicles

             Governmental services tax (See GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES TAX)

             Licensing and registration fees and fuel taxes, proceeds used for construction and maintenance of highways, Art. 9 § 5

      Municipal corporations, taxation and assessment powers restricted by Legislature, Art. 8 § 8

      Nonresidents, taxation of lands belonging to, Ordinance

      Property tax (See PROPERTY TAX)

      Public purposes, limit, Art. 10 § 2

      Regulations to secure just and fair valuation, Art. 10 § 1

      Sales and use taxes (See SALES AND USE TAXES)

      Seat of Government, separate taxing districts, Art. 4 § 37[A]

      Special court fees for judges’ compensation, Art. 6 § 16

      United States, taxation of lands or property belonging to, Ordinance

TELEVISION

      Freedom of speech and press, Art. 1 § 9

TERM LIMITS

      Assembly members, Art. 4 § 3

      Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Controller and State Treasurer, Art. 5 § 19

      Congressional members, instructions by voters, Term Limits Act

      Generally, Art. 15 § 3

      Governor, Art. 5 § 3

      Senators, State, Art. 4 § 4

TERRITORY OF NEVADA

      Actions, continuation, Art. 17 § 1, Art. 17 § 4

      Corporations created under territorial law, regulation, Art. 8 § 4

      County and township officers, continuation in office, Art. 17 § 13

      Courts, continuation, Art. 6 § 18, Art. 17 § 13

      Debts and liabilities, assumption by State, Art. 17 § 7, Art. 17 § 24

      Fines, penalties and forfeitures to inure to State, Art. 17 § 3

      Laws, continuation, Art. 17 § 2

      Territorial officers, continuation in office, Art. 17 § 14

      Transition to State, schedule, Art. 17

TIME

      Constitutional convention, Art. 16 § 2

      Fiscal year, commencement, Art. 9 § 1

      Governor’s filing of bill with Secretary of State, Art. 4 § 35

      Governor’s return of bill to Legislature, Art. 4 § 35

      Initiative petitions, procedures, Art. 19 § 2

      Legislators, period of ineligibility for certain offices, Art. 4 § 8

      Legislature

             Adjournment for more than 3 days, restrictions, Art. 4 § 15

             Sessions, commencement and adjournment, Art. 4 § 2, Art. 4 § 2A, Art. 5 § 9

TOLL ROADS AND BRIDGES

      Legislation imposing or increasing fees, supermajority required for passage, referral to voters, Art. 4 § 18

      Legislature, authority, Art. 4 § 20

      Toll charges, effect of special or local laws, Art. 4 § 20

TORTS (See ACTIONS)

TOWNS

      Charters, adoption and amendment under general laws, Art. 8 § 8

      Continuity of government in event of enemy attack, Art. 4 § 37

      Debts, assumption by State prohibited, Art. 9 § 4

      Employees, tenure of office, Art. 15 § 11

      Initiative, powers of voters, Art. 19 § 4

      Investments in corporate stock, Art. 8 § 10

      Legislature to provide for organization, Art. 8 § 8

      Loans of public credit restricted, exception, Art. 8 § 8, Art. 8 § 10

      Lotteries, operation prohibited, Art. 4 § 24

      Officers (See also PUBLIC OFFICES AND OFFICERS)

             Eligibility for office, Art. 15 § 3

             Support subject to regulations prescribed by law, Art. 17 § 21

             Tenure of office, Art. 15 § 11

             Terms of office, limitation, Art. 15 § 3

      Plots, vacating by special or local laws prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Property exempt from taxation, Art. 10 § 1

      Referendum, powers of voters, Art. 19 § 4

      Taxation and assessment, powers restricted by Legislature, Art. 8 § 8

      Territorial transition to State, effect, Art. 17 § 1

TOWNSHIPS

      Business, regulation by Legislature through enactment of local or special laws prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

      Legislature to establish uniform county and township government, Art. 4 § 25

      Officers and employees

             Compensation, county commissioners to establish and regulate, Art. 4 § 20

             Election, regulation by Legislature through enactment of local or special laws prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

             Fees, Art. 4 § 20

             Territorial officers, continuation, Art. 17 § 13

      Taxation, enactment by Legislature of local or special laws regulating assessment and collection prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

TRAPS AND TRAPPING

      Right to trap, use to manage wildlife, proposed amendment, Art. 1 § 23

TREASON

      Bills of attainder prohibited, Art. 1 § 15

      Commutations and pardons, Art. 5 § 13, Art. 5 § 14

      Confession in open court, Art. 1 § 19

      Definition, Art. 1 § 19

      Elector’s privilege, revocation, Art. 2 § 1

      Governor’s power to suspend execution of sentence, Art. 5 § 13

      Legislature’s power to pardon, reprieve or direct execution of sentence, Art. 5 § 13

      Proof, Art. 1 § 19

      Testimony of witnesses, Art. 1 § 19

TRIALS IN CIVIL ACTIONS

      Legislative power to require unanimous verdict, Art. 1 § 3

      Libel trials, Art. 1 § 9

      Majority verdict of jury, Art. 1 § 3

      Right preserved, Art. 1 § 3

      Waiver of trial by jury, Art. 1 § 3

TRIALS IN CRIMINAL CASES (See CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS)

TRUSTS

      Charitable trusts, perpetuities, Art. 15 § 4

      Industrial insurance, money collected for declared trust funds, Art. 9 § 2

      Public Employees’ Retirement System, money collected by System declared trust funds, Art. 9 § 2

TUNNEL COMPANIES

      Legislature’s authority to establish and regulate rates, Art. 4 § 20

U

UNITED STATES

      Allegiance of every citizen owed to, Art. 1 § 2

      Authority to

             Compel obedience by armed force, Art. 1 § 2

             Perpetuate and maintain its existence, Art. 1 § 2

             Prevent secession, Art. 1 § 2

      Currency and bank notes, circulation of other than federal currency prohibited, Art. 8 § 6

      Employees, residence for voting purposes while in federal service, Art. 2 § 2

      Lands or property exempt from taxation, Ordinance

      Officers

             Ineligibility for office of Governor, exception, Art. 5 § 12

             Ineligible for state office, exception, Art. 4 § 9

      Paramount allegiance owed to, Art. 1 § 2

      Power to compel obedience to its authority, Art. 1 § 2

      Subversion or resistance to Federal authority prohibited, Art. 1 § 2

      Supreme authority of Federal Government, Art. 1 § 2

      Supreme Court of United States, constitutional powers of Federal Government defined by, Art. 1 § 2

UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES

      Property tax exemption, Art. 8 § 2, Art. 10 § 1

      Residence for voting unaffected while attending, Art. 2 § 2

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA

      Academic staff, oaths, Art. 11 § 5

      Agriculture, College of, establishment required, Art. 11 § 4

      Board of Regents

             Duties prescribed by law, Art. 11 § 4, Art. 11 § 7

             Election of members, Art. 11 § 7

             Eligibility, Art. 15 § 3

             State university, immediate organization and maintenance, Art. 11 § 8

             Terms of office, limitation, Art. 15 § 3

      Establishment, Art. 11 § 4, Art. 11 § 5

      Finances

             Agriculture, mechanic arts and mining departments, funds for exclusive use of, Art. 11 § 8

             Appropriations, Art. 11 § 3, Art. 11 § 6

             Estate tax, use for support and maintenance, Art. 10 § 4

             Pledge of proceeds of public lands, penal fines and escheats for education, Art. 11 § 3

      Land grant college, Art. 11 § 8

      Legislature providing for establishment, Art. 11 § 4

      Maintenance, Art. 11 § 8

      Mechanic Arts, College of, establishment required, Art. 11 § 4

      Mining, College of, establishment required, Art. 11 § 4

      Public funds, use for sectarian purposes prohibited, Art. 11 § 10

      Sectarian instruction prohibited, Art. 11 § 9

      Students, residence for voting, Art. 2 § 2

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VACANCIES IN OFFICE (See PUBLIC OFFICES AND OFFICERS; specific officers)

VEHICLES, TAX ON (See GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES TAX)

VENUE

      Change of venue, enactment of local or special laws by Legislature prohibited, Art. 4 § 20

VERDICTS IN CIVIL ACTIONS

      Majority verdicts, Art. 1 § 3

      Unanimous verdicts may be required by law, Art. 1 § 3

VETO

      Power of Governor, Art. 4 § 35

VICTIMS OF CRIME

      Rights of victims, Art. 1 § 8, Art. 1 § 8A

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WAGES

      Minimum wage, payment, cost of living increases, Art. 15 § 16

      Taxation, state income tax on wages prohibited, Art. 10 § 1

WAR

      Continuity of government in event of enemy attack, Art. 4 § 37

      Governor, duties, Art. 5 § 18

      Habeas corpus, suspension of writ in cases of rebellion or invasion, Art. 1 § 5

      Necessity of information and indictment in criminal prosecutions, Art. 1 § 8

      Quartering of soldiers in private homes, Art. 1 § 12

      Standing army, appropriation for, Art. 1 § 11

      State indebtedness, limitations and exceptions, Art. 9 § 3

      Taking private property for public use without compensation, Art. 1 § 8

      Treason against the State, Art. 1 § 19

WAREHOUSES AND WAREHOUSEMEN

      Free port, exemption of personal property from taxation, Art. 10 § 1

WARRANTS

      Oath and affirmation, Art. 1 § 18

WASHOE COUNTY (See also COUNTIES)

      Judicial district, number, Art. 6 § 5

      Roop County attached to, Art. 6 § 5, Art. 17 § 25

WEAPONS

      Right to keep and bear arms, Art. 1 § 11

WILDLIFE

      Management of wildlife through hunting, fishing and trapping, proposed amendment, Art. 1 § 23

WILLS

      Community property, rights of married persons, Art. 4 § 31

      Education, property bequeathed for, Art. 11 § 3

      Invalid wills, prohibition on local or special laws giving effect to, Art. 4 § 20

      Perpetuities allowed only for eleemosynary purposes, Art. 15 § 4

      Separate property, rights of married persons, Art. 4 § 31

WITNESSES AND TESTIMONY

      Competency of witnesses, effect of religious beliefs, Art. 1 § 4

      Criminal prosecutions, accused may not be compelled to be witness against himself, Art. 1 § 8

      Detention of witness, unreasonable detention prohibited, Art. 1 § 6

      Testimony, judge may state testimony and law to jury, Art. 6 § 12

      Treason, requirements for conviction, Art. 1 § 19

WOMEN

      Elections, denial of right to vote on account of sex prohibited, Art. 2 § 1

WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION

      Money paid for purpose of providing compensation, segregation in State Treasury and declaration as trust fund, Art. 9 § 2

WRITS

      District courts, power to issue, Art. 6 § 6

      Supreme Court, power to issue, Art. 6 § 4