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DEMOCRATIC PARTY_Continued.
platform declaration favoring direct election of officers, 1850.. xciv
on alien suffrage, 1856...

ci
on constitutional amendments, 1848.

lxxv
on proposed constitutional changes, 1850

Lxxx
on Wabash and Erie Canal liability, 1860.

cxxix
with reference to constitutional convention, 1849.

194
predominant in Convention of 1850....

lxxxiii
resolutions concerning right of aliens to suffrage, 1859.

cviii
views on power of legislature to call convention other than once
in 12 years, 1847....

.xxxvii
DEPARTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT,
under Constitution of 1816....

88
DE PAUW, JOHN,
signer of Constitution of 1816..

125
DEPUTY POSTMASTER,

eligible to other lucrative office, under Constitution of 1851.... 306
DESCENTS,
provisions in ordinance of 1787...

26
DETROIT,

made seat of government of Michigan Territory in act of 1805.. 47
recommendation as capital of Michigan Territory.

44
DEVIN, ALEXANDER,
signer of Constitution of 1816..

124
DILL, JAMES,
member committee to accept Enabling Act, 1816.

82
opposed memorial asking admission of Indiana to Union.

66
signer of Constitution of 1816....

124

DISORDERLY BEHAVIOUR,

of members of each House punishable under Constitution of 1851. 316

133

DISTRICT ATTORNEY,

provided for Indiana by Congress, 1817.
DISTRICT COURT,

provided for Indiana by Congress, 1817..

132

DISTRICT MARSHALL,

provided for Indiana by Congress, 1817.

133

26

DISTRICTS,

division of Northwest territory for temporory government.
senatorial and representative composed of contiguous counties,

312

under Constitution of 1851. .

DIVORCE,
abolition of evil of legislative divorces demanded in 1823.

in 1846....

proposed change in constitution, 1846.
local laws granting, forbidden by Constitution of 1851
resolutions favoring prohibition of legislative divorces, 1846...

xlii
Ixviii

Ixv
319
168

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DUE PROCESS OF LAW,
guaranty under ordinance of 1787.

31
DUELS,

participation in, disqualifies electors under Constitution of 1851. 306
DUNN, JACOB P.,

comment on slavery clause in ordinance of 1784 and 1787..... 22
DUNNING, GOVERNOR,
message announcing vote on referendum, 1849.

lxxvii
favoring constitutional convention, 1849.

194-95

32

XXX

CXX

EADS, WILLIAM H.,
member Committee to accept Enabling Act, 1816.

82
signer of Constitution of 1816..

124
EDUCATION,

SEE School FUND; Schools.
encouragement under ordinance of 1787..
provisions concerning in Constitution of 1851.

.346-49
reference to provisions for in address to electors by Convention
of 1850....

410
ELECTIONS,
SEE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS; REFERENDUM; Viva VOCE

VOTING.
act for ratification of Constitution of 1851...

413-18
arguments for and against viva voce voting, 1821.
Article VI, Constitution of 1816..

107
attempt to change method of voting 1821.

140-43
to make all elections viva voce, 1833.

158
attempts to disfranchise fugitives from military draft, 1865.
attempts to extend franchise to soldiers in field..

.cxviii-cxxi
apportionment of territory for election of legislative councillors.. 60
bills providing for use of voting machines, 1897.
contest for Governor under Constitution of 1816.

96
under Constitution of 1851.

325
contest for seat in Convention of 1850.

xci
critical note on attempts to change date.

.cxvii-cxviii
on attempts to extend franchise to women.

.cxxi-cxxvi
date fixed by Constitution of 1851.

309
delegate to Congress from Indiana Territory

56
delegates to Convention asked January, 1816.

70
to Convention of 1850, provided for by act of General
Assembly...

.196–207
demand for registration law, 1859.
discussion of time of election of delegates to Convention of
1850..

lxviii
failure of sixth General Assembly to change method of voting

as permitted by Constitution of 1816.
first election notice issued..

128-29
first held under Constitution of 1851.

371
free and equal under Constitution of 1816.

85
under Constitution of 1851...

304
of Governor and Lieutenant Governor under Constitution of 1851 324
manner of voting on call of constitutional convention, 1848. lxxv
members of legislature under ordinance of 1787.....

29

CXV

.. clxxxii

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ciii

XX

CX

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ELECTIONS—Continued. ·

message of Governor Wright concerning purity of ballot box,

1857...
notice of first election under Constitution of 1816.
notice under convention referendum of 1840..

162
of delegates to Convention of 1816..

xvii
on method of voting authorized by joint resolution, 1820. xxviii
vote, 1821

Appendix, Vol. 2, I
penalties on sheriff for neglect of duty in connection with elec-
tions....

58
qualifications of electors under Constitution of 1851. .304-309
recommendation of Whig party of direct election of all officers,
1850.

lxxx
reference to, in address to electors by Convention of 1850...406, 408
referendum for amendment of United States constitution to pro-
vide for direct presidential vote..

148
referendum on call of constitutional convention, 1859.

ccii
resolution changing date, 1877....

.ccxviii
resolution for amendment to prevent fraudulent voting, 1861...
resolutions proposing residential qualifications of electors, 1877

...ccxviii
result of submission of seven amendments, 1879... .ccxxiv-ccxxv
special elections to fill vacancies in territorial legislature.

30
State Superintendent of Public Instruction provided for by
Constitution of 1851. .

349
territorial delegate to Congress under ordinance of 1787

31
text of former provision, and amendments adopted in 1881.

..ccxxvii-ccxxviii
time fixed by proposed change in constitution, 1846.

lxv
trial of contest of members of legislature by local tribunals pro-
posed by resolution to Convention of 1850...

246
vote on question of calling constitutional convention, 1823.

. Appendix, Vol. 2, II
in 1828.

Appendix, Vol. 2, III
in 1840.

Appendix, Vol. 2, IV
in 1846.

.lxvi, Appendix, Vol. 2, V
in 1849.

Appendix, Vol. 2, VI
vote on ratification of Constitution of 1851. Appendix, Vol. 2, VII
ELECTORS,

SEE SUFFRAGE.
amendment to Enabling Act requiring property qualification
lost, 1816..

73
discussion of majority necessary to adopt amendments. .ccxvii
free from arrest at elections, except for treason, felony or breach
of the peace, under Constitution of 1851..

308
qualification in act of 1808..

48
qualifications under Constitution of 1851.

304 309
ELIGIBILITY,

SEE VARIOUS OFFICERS.
to seat in General Assembly of one holding lucrative office under
Constitution of 1851. ...

306

ELLERY, WILLIAM,

views on slavery clause in ordinance of 1784...

.21, 22

ELLINGHAM v. DYE,

opinion holding Marshall Constitution invalid, 1911...

ccxii

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EMERGENCY,

determining the time of taking effect of an act under Constitu-

tion of 1851.

PAGE

321

245

EMIGRANTS,

suffrage granted to white emigrants by proposed resolution to

Convention of 1850....
EMIGRATION,
from state not to be prohibited under Constitution of 1816....

under Constitution of 1851.

87

303

.65,

73

77

ENABLING ACT,

admitting Indiana into the Union, 1816.
authorizing state government, 1816...

XV
dates of election of delegates and constitutional convention, 1816 xvi
Jonathan Jenning's letter concerning..
ordinance accepting propositions, 1816.

.81, 82
proposed extension of suffrage, 1816.

xciii
ENACTING CLAUSE,
of bills under Constitution of 1816....

93

ENGLISH, W. H.,

principal secretary of Convention of 1850.

XC, 221

424

ENROLLMENT,

of Constitution of 1851; president and secretary authorized to

secure...
EQUALIZATION,

central board proposed to Committee on Revision in Conven-

tion of 1850.

351

EQUITY,

SEE CHANCERY JURISDICTION; Courts.

ESCHEATED LANDS,

to be a part of school fund under Constitution of 1851....

347

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,

in Constitution of 1816..
in Constitution of 1851..
powers of government under Constitution of 1851..
reference to, in address to electors by Convention of 1850.

.89, 96
323–334

309
408

EXECUTORS,

local laws providing for sale of real estate by, forbidden by Con-

stitution of 1851...

319

EXEMPTION,

SEE Militia; TAXATION.
from military duty, attempt to appropriate fines to schools, 1833. 158
from militia on payment of money under Constitution of 1816.. 109
from militia duty under Constitution of 1851...

360
from militia, funds applied to schools under Constitution of 1816 114
from taxation of property of Civil War veterans, widows and
orphans, 1901....

clvii
from taxation of property of value less than $300.00, 1909. clvii

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EXEMPTION_Continued.

of federal lands consideration of federal concessions to new
State..

....xviii, 77, 82
of reasonable amount of property from sale for debt, under Con-
stitution of 1851....

300
regulated by proposed change in constitution, 1846.

lxv
EXPENSES,
of Convention of 1850, appropriation for

.419-20
resolutions...

.423-25
Whig resolutions concerning extravagance.

.422-23
EX POST FACTO LAW,
prohibited by Constitution of 1816.

87
by Constitution of 1851...

301

F
FEDERAL LAWS,

SEE CONGRESS.
extended to Indiana, 1817....

132
supplementary statutes of ordinance of 1787.

3
FEES,

local laws in relation to, forbidden by Constitution of 1851.... 319
FEES AND SALARIES,
special laws fixing, authorized in 1877

.cxlvii
text of former provision, and amendment adopted in 1881 con-
cerning salaries of public officers.

...ccxxix
FERRIS, EZRA,
signer of Constitution of 1816..

124
submits resolution recommending formation of state government
at 1816 convention..

78
FINANCE,
provisions concerning in Constitution of 1851.

.350-54
FINES AND FORFEITURES,

for breaches of penal laws to be a part of common school fund
under Constitution of 1851.

347
for violations of negro provisions applied to colonization of
negroes by Constitution of 1851...

363
guaranty against excessive in ordinance of 1787

31
in Constitution of 1816..

87
in Constitution of 1851.

299
power of Governor to remit under Constitution of 1851.

331
resolutions concerning appropriation to benefit of schools, 1846. 169
unaffected by operation of Constitution of 1851.

371.
FIRE LANDS,
Connecticut title and cession..

11
FLOYD, DAVIS,
signer of Constitution of 1816....

124
FORFEITURE OF ESTATE,
prohibited by Constitu

87
by Constitutior

302

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