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Oxford Law Citator
Part One The History of the Oklahoma Constitution
The History and the Development of the Oklahoma Constitution
Ratification and Elections
Oklahoma’s Constitution versus other State Constitutions
Regulation of Interests
The Best Constitution
Amending The Constitution
Part Two The Oklahoma Constitution and Commentary
Art.I Federal Relations
s.1 Supreme law of the land.
s.2 Religious liberty—Polygamous or plural marriages.
s.3 Unappropriated public lands—Indian lands—Jurisdiction of United States.
s.4 Territorial debts and liabilities.
s.5 Public schools.
s.6 Right of suffrage.
Art.II Bill of Rights
s.1 Political power—Purpose of government—Alteration or reformation.
s.2 Inherent rights.
s.3 Right of assembly and petition.
s.4 Interference with right of suffrage.
s.5 Public money or property—Use for sectarian purposes.
s.6 Courts of justice open—Remedies for wrongs—Sale, denial or delay.
s.7 Due process of law.
s.8 Right to bail—Exceptions.
s.9 Excessive bail or fines—Cruel or unusual punishment.
s.10 Habeas corpus—Suspension.
s.11 Officers—Personal attention to duties—Intoxication.
s.12 Officers of United States or other states—Ineligibility to office.
s.12A Term limits for Congressmen.
s.13 Imprisonment for debt.
s.14 Military subordinate to civil authorities—Quartering without owner’s consent.
s.15 Bills of attainder—Ex post facto laws—Obligation of contracts—Forfeitures.
s.17 Indictment or information—Preliminary examination—Prosecution in courts not of record.
s.18 Grand jury.
s.19 Trial by jury.
s.20 Rights of accused in criminal cases.
s.21 Self-incrimination—Double jeopardy.
s.22 Liberty of speech and press—Truth as evidence in prosecution for libel.
s.23 Private property—Taking or damaging for private use.
s.24 Private property—Public use—Character of use a judicial question.
s.25 Contempt—Definition—Jury trial—Hearing.
s.26 Bearing arms—Carrying weapons.
s.27 Witnesses not excused from testifying—Immunity from prosecution.
s.28 Corporate records, books and files.
s.29 Transportation out of state.
s.30 Unreasonable searches or seizures—Warrants, issuance of.
s.31 State—Engagement in occupation or business.
s.33 Effect of enumeration of rights.
s.34 Rights of Victims.
s.1 Qualifications of electors.
s.2 State Elections Board—Creation—Membership.
s.3 Mandatory primary system—Nomination of candidates.
s.4 Manner of holding and conducting elections—Registration of electors.
s.5 Free and equal elections—Interference by civil or military power—Privilege from arrest.
Art.IV Distribution of Powers
s.1 Departments of government—Separation and distinction.
Art.V Legislative Department
Initiative and Referendum
s.1 Legislature—Authority and composition—Powers reserved to people.
s.2 Designation and definition of reserved powers—Determination of percentages.
s.3 Petitions—Veto power—Elections—Time of taking effect—Style of bills—Duty of legislature.
s.4 Referendum against part of act.
s.5 Reservation of powers to voters of counties and districts—Manner of exercising.
s.5A Township organization or government—Abolition and restoration.
s.6 Subsequent proposal of rejected measure.
s.7 Powers of Legislature not affected.
s.8 Prevention of corruption.
The Legislature Senate
s.9A Senatorial districts—Tenure.
The Legislature: House of Representatives
s.10A House of Representatives—Number of members—Formula—Tenure.
s.11A Legislature to apportion Legislature—Failure to make apportionment— Apportionment Commission.
s.11B Order of apportionment rendered by Commission.
s.11C Review of apportionment orders—Failure to seek review.
s.11D Determination by Supreme Court.
s.11E Compelling Commission to act—Consolidation of proceedings.
Qualifications and Rights of Members
s.17 Age—Qualified electors—Residence.
s.17A Limitation of time served in the legislature.
s.18 Ineligibility—Federal and state officers—Conviction of felony.
s.19 Expelled member ineligible—Punishment not to bar indictment.
s.21 Conflict of interests prohibited—Board on Legislative Compensation.
s.22 Privileges—Arrest—Speeches or debates.
s.23 Ineligibility to appointment to office—Interest in contracts.
s.24 Disclosure of personal or private interest.
Sessions of Legislature
s.25 Duration of first session.
s.26 Regular sessions.
s.27 Special sessions.
s.27A Calling special sessions.
Organization and Rules
s.28 Senate—President pro tempore—Standing committees.
s.29 Speaker of House of Representatives.
s.30 Judges of election of members—Quorum—Rules—Disorderly behavior—Journal.
s.31 Elections by Legislature—Voting and entry in journal.
s.32 Special and local laws—Notice of intended introduction.
s.33 Revenue bills—Origination—Amendment—Limitations on passage—Effective date—Submission to voters.
s.34 Reading and passage of bills—Yeas and nays entered on journal.
s.35 Signing bills and resolutions—Entry on journal.
Powers and Duties
s.36 Extent of legislative authority—Specific grants not limitations.
s.37 Printing plant and state printer.
s.38 Geological and Economic Survey.
s.39 Boards of Health, Dentistry and Pharmacy—Pure Food Commission—Present practitioners.
s.41 Firemen’s pensions.
s.42 Contempt, disobedience of process and disorderly conduct.
s.43 Decennial revision of laws.
s.44 Unlawful restraints of trade.
s.45 Carrying Constitution into effect.
s.46 Local and special laws on certain subjects prohibited.
s.47 Retirement of officers.
s.48 Bureau of immigration.
s.49 Legislative employees—Number and emoluments.
s.50 Exemption of property from taxation.
s.51 Exclusive rights, privileges or immunities.
s.52 Revival of rights or remedies—Taking away cause of action or defense.
s.53 Release or extinguishment of debts or liabilities to state, county or municipality.
s.54 Repeal of statute—Effect.
s.55 Appropriations—Necessity and requisites.
s.56 General appropriation bills—Salaries—Separate appropriation bills.
s.57 Subjects and titles—Revival or amendment by reference—Extent of invalidity.
s.58 Time of taking effect of statutes—Emergency measures.
s.59 Uniform operation of general laws—Special laws when general law applicable.
s.60 System of checks and balances.
s.61 Pensions to police officers.
s.62 Retirement benefits for teachers and school employees.
s.63 Continuity of governmental operations in periods of emergency.
Art.VI Executive Department
s.1 Executive officers enumerated—Offices and records—Duties.
s.2 Supreme power vested in Governor.
s.3 Eligibility to certain state offices.
s.4 Terms of office—Succession.
s.5 Returns of election—Tie votes.
s.6 Commander-in-Chief of militia—Calling out militia.
s.7 Extraordinary sessions of Legislature.
s.8 Execution of laws—Intercourse with other states and United States—Conservator of peace.
s.9 Messages and communications to Legislature.
s.10 Reprieves, commutations, paroles and pardons.
s.11 Approval or veto of bills—Passage over veto—Failure to return bill.
s.12 Appropriation bills—Approval or disapproval—Emergency bills.
s.13 Officers’ commissions—Vacancies.
Appointment of the Governor
s.14 Adjournment of Legislature—Changing place of meeting.
s.15 Qualifications—President of Senate—Impeachment, etc., during vacancy in Governor’s office.
s.16 Devolution of powers and duties of Governor upon Lieutenant Governor.
Secretary of State
s.17 Duties generally.
s.18 Custody and use of seal—Designation.
State Auditor and Inspector
s.19 Qualifications, powers and duties.
Commissioner of Labor
s.20 Department created—Duties.
s.21 Board of Arbitration and Conciliation.
The Insurance Commissioner
s.22 Insurance Department established—Function.
s.23 Commissioner—Election—Term of office—Qualifications.
s.24 Bond of commissioner—Additional duties and qualifications.
Department of Mines
s.25 Creation of office—Term and qualifications—Duties, oath and bond.
Commissioner of Charities and Corrections
Board of Agriculture
s.31 Creation and membership—Status, authority and duties.
s.31A Board of Regents for Agricultural and Mechanical Schools and Colleges—Members—Vacancies—Removal—Terms.
Commissioners of the Land Office
s.32 Membership and functions.
s.33 Accounts and reports of officers and commissioners.
s.34 Compensation of officers.
Seal of the State
s.35 Description of seal.
Art.VII Judicial Department
s.1 Courts in which judicial power vested.
s.2 Supreme Court Justices—Number—Terms—Vacancies—Qualifications—Chief Justice—Vice Chief Justice.
s.3 Election of Justices and Judges—Vacancies.
s.4 Jurisdiction of Supreme Court—Writs.
s.5 Sessions—Quorum—Intermediate Appellate Courts—Form of decisions—Clerk of Supreme Court.
s.6 Administrative authority—Director and staff.
s.7 District Courts—Jurisdiction—Courts abolished—Transfer of jurisdiction, flies, etc.
s.8 Classes of District Court Judges—Selection—Terms—Jurisdiction— Qualifications.
s.9 Election of District Judges and Associate District Judges.
s.10 Judicial Administrative Districts.
s.11 Salaries and expenses—Retirement.
s.12 Continuing provisions.
s.13 Savings clause.
s.14 Effective dates—Implementing acts.
s.15 Jury trials—Verdicts.
Art.VII-A Court on the Judiciary
s.1 Removal of judges from office—Compulsory retirement—Causes.
s.2 Creation of Court on the Judiciary—Trial and Appellate Divisions— Jurisdiction—Membership.
s.3 Presiding judge—Rules—Meetings—Clerk—Powers.
s.4 Invoking jurisdiction by petition—Hearing.
s.5 Appeal to Appellate Division.
s.6 Established rules to apply—Judge pro tern—Compensation.
s.7 Exclusive jurisdiction.
Art.VII-B Selection of Justices and Judges
s.1 Governing provisions—Definitions.
s.2 Declaration of candidacy—Election.
s.3 Judicial Nominating Commission.
s.4 Vacancy in Judicial Office—Filling.
s.5 Terms and election.
s.6 Political activity prohibited.
s.7 Effective date.
Art.VIII Impeachment and Removal from Office
s.1 Officers subject to impeachment—Grounds—Suspension from office upon felony conviction—Reinstatement—Temporary judges.
s.2 Removal of officers not subject to impeachment.
s.3 Presiding officer in case of impeachment—Presentation of impeachment.
s.4 Oath or affirmation—Number concurring.
s.5 Judgment of impeachment.
s.6 Necessary laws to be passed.
Railroad and Public Service Corporations
s.2 Rights as to construction of lines.
s.3 Receipt of cars, tonnage and passengers from other lines.
s.4 Oil pipe line companies—Regulation—Duties.
s.5 Telegraph and telephone companies—Exchange of messages—Physical.
s.6 Railroads as public highways—Offices—Meetings—Reports—Enforcement.
s.7 Movable property as personal property—Liability of property to execution.
s.8 Consolidation of public service corporations—Common officer.
s.9 Sales and leases—Additional restrictions on consolidation.
s.10 Street railroads—Consent to construction and operation.
s.11 Acceptance of provisions of Constitution.
s.12 Transportation of railroad’s own commodities.
s.13 Free transportation of passengers.
s.15 Creation—Terms of office—Vacancies.
s.16 Qualifications of commissioners.
s.17 Oath of office—Additional oath.
s.18 Powers and duties—Notice before taking action—Process for witnesses—Authority of Legislature—Municipal powers.
s.18A Organization—Quorum—Necessary vote.
s.18B Company defined.
s.19 Powers of court of record—Additional powers—Failure or refusal to obey orders.
s.20 Appeals to Supreme Court—Other courts to have no jurisdiction—Mandamus and prohibition.
s.21 Supersedeas—Security—Accounts—Refunds—Precedence of appeals.
s.22 Statement of reasons for action—Cause heard on record—Certification of facts and evidence—New or additional evidence.
s.23 Repealed (by Laws 1941, p. 547, §6, eff. April 28, 1941).
s.24 Rights of action not affected—Questioning action of Commission.
s.25 Reports and recommendations.
s.26 Railway depots and depot buildings.
s.27 Railroad crossings at grade.
s.28 Inspection of books and papers—Examination of officers and agents.
s.29 Record of financial transactions.
s.30 Greater charge for less distance.
s.31 Foreign corporations—Eminent domain—Restrictions on exercise.
s.32 Through rates—Investigation—Notice—Application to Interstate Commerce Commission.
s.33 Switches to mines, mills, elevators and industries.
s.34 Definitions—Avoidance of conflicts with U.S. Constitution.
s.35 Power of Legislature.
s.36 Common law doctrine abrogated—Liability for acts of receivers—Power of Legislature.
s.37 Repealed (by State Question No. 592, Legislative Referendum No. 256, adopted at election held on November 4, 1986).
s.38 Creation or licensing—Necessity of general law.
s.39 Restrictions on issuance of stock.
s.40 Influencing elections or official duty.
s.41 Banks and trust companies—Restriction on controlling other stock.
s.42 Arbitration of differences with employees.
s.43 Foreign corporations—Designation of resident agent—Service—Place of suit.
s.44 Foreign corporations subject to same restrictions and requirements as domestic corporations.
s.45 Monopoly or destruction of competition—Discrimination prohibited.
s.46 Grants of special or exclusive privileges.
s.47 Power to alter, amend or repeal charters or franchises.
s.48 Penalties and regulations.
Art.X Revenue and Taxation
s.1 Fiscal year.
s.2 Tax to defray state expenses.
s.3 Tax to pay deficiency.
s.4 Levy to pay state debt.
s.5 Surrender of power of taxation—Uniformity of taxes.
s.6 Property exempt from taxation—Exemptions under territorial laws—Exemption of certain property for limited time.
s.6A Tangible personal property moving through State—Situs [Version 1].
s.6A Intangible personal property exempt from ad valorem or other tax [Version 2].
s.6B Qualifying manufacturing concern—Ad valorem tax exemption.
s.6C Tax relief for historic preservation, reinvestment, or enterprise areas—Economic stagnation or decline—Use of local taxes and fees for public investments—Development or redevelopment of unproductive, etc., areas.
s.7 Assessments for local improvements.
s.8 Valuation of property for taxation.
s.8A Approval of exemption of household goods of heads of families and livestock employed in support of family—Adjusted millage rate—Computation procedure—Maximum rate.
s.8B Limit on the percentage of fair cash value of real property.
s.8C Limit on fair cash value on homestead.
s.9 Amount of ad valorem tax.
s.9A Additional county ad valorem tax levy for department of health.
s.9B Area school districts for vocational and technical schools—Tax levies.
s.9C Emergency Medical Service Districts.
s.9D Solid waste management services.
s.10 Increased rate for public buildings or for building fund for school districts—Permanent levy.
s.10A Tax levy for cooperative county libraries and joint city-county libraries.
s.10B Municipally-owned hospitals—Operation and maintenance—Tax levy.
s.11 Officer receiving interest, profit or perquisites.
s.12 Special forms of taxation—Amounts—Reference to Federal taxation.
s.12A Common school taxes on property of public service corporations.
s.13 Independence of state taxation.
s.14 Levy and collection by general laws and for public purposes—Assumption of debts.
s.15 Pledge or loan of credit—Donation—Exceptions.
s.16 Borrowing money—Specification of purpose—Use.
s.17 Aid to corporations, etc., by counties, cities, towns, etc.
s.18 Repealed (by State Question No. 590, Legislative Referendum No. 254, adopted at election held on November 4, 1986).
s.19 Specification of purpose of tax—Devotion to another purpose.
s.20 Taxes for county, city, town or municipal purposes.
s.21 State Board of Equalization—Assessment levels.
s.22 Classification of property.
s.23 Balanced budget—Procedures.
s.23A Surplus accruing to General Revenue Fund—Payment of bonded indebtedness—Investments—Appropriation of surplus.
s.23B Contracts for incarceration of state inmates with counties and municipalities.
s.24 Debts in case of invasion, insurrection, or war.
s.25 Authorization of debt—Annual tax—Submission to voters—Final passage.
s.26 Indebtedness of political subdivisions—Assent of voters—Annual tax—Computation of amount of indebtedness.
s.27 Indebtedness for purchase, construction or repair of public utilities.
s.27A Municipal water and water facilities—Financing.
s.27B Political subdivisions—Public utilities financing—Indebtedness.
s.28 Revenue for sinking fund—Uses to which applied.
s.29 Bonds and evidence of indebtedness—Certificates as to compliance with law.
s.30 System of accounting.
s.31 Indebtedness for construction, equipment, etc., of state buildings—Use of part of cigarette tax for payment.
s.32 State public common school building equalization fund.
s.33 Indebtedness for construction of buildings and other capital improvements—Restrictions—Term—Sources of payment.
s.33A State Industrial Finance Authority.
s.34 Indebtedness for capital improvements to institutions of higher education—School and hospital for mentally retarded.
s.35 Municipal and county levy for securing and developing industry.
s.36 Indebtedness for capital improvements—University Medical Center.
s.37 Bond issue for capital improvements at state institutions.
s.38 Indebtedness for capital improvements at state institutions.
s.39 Water resources and sewage treatment programs—Funding—State financial assistance—State liability.
s.40 Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Fund.
s.42 Economic development credit enhancement reserve fund—General obligation bonds.
s.43 State construction, remodeling, or other capital improvements—Amount of indebtedness—Payment and discharge of debt—Issuance of bonds.
Art.XI State and School Lands
s.1 Acceptance of grants and donations—Pledge of faith of state.
s.2 Permanent school fund—How constituted—Use—Reimbursement for losses.
s.3 Interest and income—Use and apportionment.
s.4 Sale of lands for charitable, penal, educational and public purposes.
s.5 University and college lands—Control of institutions—Diversion of funds.
s.6 Investment of permanent common school and other educational funds.
s.7 Grants of commercial and agricultural leases in trust property.
Art.XII Homestead and Exemptions
s.1 Extent and value of homestead—Rights of Indians—Temporary renting.
s.2 Exemption from forced sale—Consent of spouse to sale—Mortgages.
s.3 Statutes nullified—Exemption as to purchase price restricted—Incumbering personal exemptions—Change or amendment of article.
Art.XII-A Homestead Exemption from Taxation
s.1 Exemption from ad valorem taxation authorized.
s.2 Duration of exemption—Increase of homestead.
s.1 Establishment and maintenance of public schools.
s.1A Appropriation and allocation of funds for support of common schools.
s.2 Institutions for deaf and mute or blind.
s.3 Repealed (by State Question No. 428, Referendum Petition No. 149, adopted at election held May 3, 1966).
s.4 Compulsory school attendance.
s.5 Board of Education.
s.6 Textbook system for common schools—Official multiple textbook lists.
s.7 Instruction in agriculture, horticulture, stock feeding and domestic science.
s.8 Board of Regents of University of Oklahoma.
Art.XIII-A Oklahoma State System of Higher Education
s.1 Oklahoma State System of Higher Education.
s.2 Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education—Establishment—Membership—Appointment—Terms—Vacancy—Powers as co-ordinating board of control.
s.4 Co-ordination of private, denominational and other institutions of higher learning.
Art.XIII-B Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges
s.1 Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges—Creation, members, terms, etc.
s.2 Powers and duties of board—Officers, supervisors, etc.
s.3 Successor to existing governing boards—Records, papers, etc.
s.4 Salaries and expenses—Allocation of funds for payment.
Art.XIV Banks and Banking
s.1 Banking department.
s.2 Classification of loans and lenders—Licenses—Maximum rates of interest.
s.3 Excessive rate—Forfeiture of interest—Recovery of double interest.
Art.XV Oath of Office
s.1 Officers required to take oath or affirmation—Form.
s.2 Administration and filing of oath—Refusal to take—False swearing.
Art.XVI Public Roads, Highways, and Internal Improvements
s.1 Powers of Legislature respecting highways.
s.2 Acceptance of lands granted or reserved for highway.
Levees, Drains, and Ditches
s.3 System of levees, drains, and ditches and irrigation.
County and Township Government
s.1 Counties to be bodies politic and corporate.
s.2 County and township offices.
s.3 Provision for persons in need.
Creating or Altering Counties
s.4 Legislature to provide for creation or alteration—Submission to vote—Area, population and taxable wealth.
s.5 Disorganization of county.
Removal of County Seats
s.6 Procedure for removal of county seat.
Counties and County Seats
s.8 Description of counties—Designation of county seats.
Art.XVIII Municipal Corporations
s.1 Creation—General or special laws—Classification.
s.2 Existing municipal corporations continued—Rights and powers.
s.3A Framing and adoption of charter—Approval by Governor—Effect—Record—Amendment.
s.3B Election of board of freeholders.
Initiative and Referendum
s.4A Reservation of powers.
s.4C Presentation of petition to legislative body—Submission to voters.
s.4D Submission to referendum vote.
s.4E Submission of amendment to charter.
s.5A Grant, extension or renewal—Approval by voters—Term.
s.5B Petition—Calling election—Result of election.
s.6 Business or enterprise—Right to engage in.
s.7 Control and regulation not divested—Surrender of powers—Exclusive franchises.
s.1 Foreign insurance companies—Conditions of doing business.
s.2 Entrance fees—Annual tax.
s.3 Non-profit insurance organizations.
s.4 Fees paid to State Treasurer.
Art.XX Manufacture and Commerce
s.1 Denaturized alcohol—Manufacture and sale.
s.2 Kerosene oil—Flash test—Specific gravity test.
Art.XXI Public Institutions
s.1 Establishment and support.
Art.XXII Alien and Corporate Ownership of Lands
s.1 Aliens—Ownership of land prohibited—Disposal of lands acquired.
s.2 Corporations—Buying, acquiring or dealing in real estate.
s.1 Hours of labor on public work.
s.2 Contracting prohibited.
s.3 Children under fifteen.
s.4 Employment underground—Hours of labor underground.
s.5 Health and safety of employees.
s.6 Contributory negligence—Assumption of risk—Questions for jury.
s.7 Right of action—Amount of recovery—Exclusiveness of remedy under Workers’ Compensation Law.
Waiver of Rights
s.8 Contracts waiving benefits of Constitution invalid.
s.9 Notice or demand, stipulation for.
Change in Salary or Emoluments
s.10 Change of salary during term—Extension of term—Continuance until qualification of successor.
Definition of Races
s.11 Repealed (by State Question No. 527, Legislative Referendum No. 221, adopted at election held November 7, 1978).
s.12 State-administered retirement systems—Limitation on use of monies.
Art.XXIV Constitutional Amendments
s.1 Amendments proposed by Legislature—Submission to vote.
s.2 Constitutional convention to propose amendments or new constitution.
s.3 Right of amendment by initiative petition not impaired.
Art.XXV Social Security
s.1 Relief and care of needy, aged and disabled persons—Co-operation with Federal plan.
s.2 Department of Public Welfare.
s.3 Oklahoma Public Welfare Commission.
s.4 Director of Public Welfare.
s.5 Effect of legislation contemporaneously adopted.
Art.XXVI Department of Wildlife Conservation
s.1 Creation of Department—Wildlife Conservation Commission—Membership—Appointment—Tenure—Vacancies—Oath and bonds.
s.2 Game and fish laws not repealed—Acquisition of property.
s.3 Director of Wildlife Conservation.
s.4 Disposition of funds.
Art.XXVII Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Control Board
s.1 to 11 Repealed (by State Question No. 563, Initiative Petition No. 319, adopted at election held on September 18, 1984).
Art.XXVIII Alcoholic Beverage Laws and Enforcement
s.1 Creation of Commission—Appointment—Membership—Powers—Tenure.
s.1.A Transition from the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board to the Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission.
s.2 Exclusion of beer or cereal malt beverages containing not more than 3.2% of alcohol by weight.
s.3 Enactment of laws by Legislature—Indiscriminate sales to licensed wholesale distributors—Winemakers.
s.4 Retail sales by package stores and wineries and by the individual drink.
s.5 Prohibition of sales to certain persons—Limitation on advertising—Penalties.
s.6 Prohibition of sales on certain days—Penalties.
s.7 Taxation and licensing—Distribution of funds.
s.8 State and political subdivisions prohibited from engaging in business.
s.9 Occupation tax.
s.10 Restrictions on issuance of licenses.
Art.XXIX Ethics Commission
s.1 Ethics Commission—Appointments—Qualifications—Terms—Vacancies—Quorum.
s.3 Ethics rules.
s.4 Investigation—Decision—Subpoena power.
s.5 Ethics interpretations.
s.6 Criminal penalties.
s.1 Existing rights, actions, etc.—Process previously issued.
s.2 Territorial laws continued in force.
s.3 Debts, fines, penalties and forfeitures.
s.4 Taking effect of Constitution.
s.5 Notaries public—Continuance in office.
s.6 Female notaries—Eligibility as notaries and county superintendent of public instruction.
s.7 Property of Territory of Oklahoma.
s.8 Judgments and records in Indian Territory and Osage Reservation as notice.
s.9 Judgments and records of Oklahoma Territory as notice.
s.10 Incorporated cities and towns—Continuance—Officers ordinances.
s.11 Taxes in incorporated cities and towns.
s.12 Local improvements and public buildings in cities and towns.
s.13 Acts of Congress as to mining—Chief Mine Inspector to be Oil Inspector.
s.14 Dental surgeons.
s.15 State officers—Compensation.
s.16 Justices of Supreme Court—District judges—Salaries.
s.17 Other state officers—Compensation as provided by law.
s.18 County and township officers.
s.19 Boards of Regents of educational institutions.
s.20 Division of property, assets and liabilities of counties.
s.21 Property, assets and liabilities of Day County.
s.22 Official seals.
s.23 Probate records and causes.
s.24 Seal of county court.
s.25 County, township and municipal indebtedness.
s.26 Transfer of cases to Supreme Court of State.
s.27 Transfer of cases to district court from territorial courts.
s.28 Amendment of Enabling Act accepted.
s.29 Judge of district court—Eligibility.
s.30 Eligibility to state office.
s.31 Osage County—Taxation.
s.32 School districts—Division of property, assets and liabilities.
s.33 Attorneys—Eligibility to practice.
s.34 Newspapers—Legal notices and advertisements.
s.35 Indebtedness of Constitutional Convention—Expenses of election.
s.36 Ordinance for submission of Constitution—Ratification.
s.37 Invalid indebtedness not validated.
s.38 Division of property, assets and liabilities of counties by Supreme Court.
s.39 Superintendents of public instruction—Qualifications.
s.40 State officers—Beginning of term.
s.41 Qualification of officers.
s.42 Official bonds.
s.43 Filing and preservation of Constitution.
Prohibition Ordinance [Repealed]
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