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of the legislative power.

Section 1.—The legislative power shall be vested in a ``General
Assembly,'' which shall consist of a ``Senute,'' and of a ``House of
Representatives''

Secsection 2—The House of Representatives shall consist of members to
be chosen every second year by the qualified electors of the several
counties. Each county shall have at least one representative, but
the whole number of Representatives shall never exceed one hun-
dred.

Secsection 3—No person shall be a member of the House of Represen-
tatives who shall not have attained to the age of twenty four years;
who shall not be a free while male citizen of the United States; who
shall not have been an inhabitant of this state two years, and of the
county which he represents one year next before his election, if
such county shall have been so long established, but if not, then of
the county or counties from which the same shall have been taken:
and who shall not, moreover, have paid a state or county tax.

Secsection 4—The general assembly at their first session, and in the
years one thousand eight hundred and twenty two, and one thousand
eight hundred and twenty four, respectively, and every fourth year
thereafter, shall cause an enumeration of the inhabitants of this state
to be made; and, at the first session after each enumeration, shall
apportion the number of representatives among the several counties
according to the number of free white male inhabitants therein.

Secsection 5—The Senators shall be chosen by the qualified electors for
the term of four years. No person shall be a senator who shall not
have attained to the age of thirty years; who shall not be a free
white male citizen of the United States; who shall not have been an
inhabitant of this state four years, and of the district which he may
be chosen to represent one year next before his election, if such dis-