&170. Every white male citizen of the age of twenty-one years, who is a citizen of the United States, who has resided in the state one year next preceding any election...[allowed to vote].
&1033. Every free colored person who has come into this state since the first day of February, one thousand eighteen hundred and thirty-two, and has been admonished by any sheroff, justice of the peace, or other judicial officer, that he cannot, by law, remain in this state; and does not within thirty days, depart therefrom, must, on conviction, be punished by imprisonment in the penitentiary for two years; and shall have thirty days after his discharge from the penitentiary to leave the state; and on failing to do so, must be imprisoned in the penitentiary for five years.
&1037. The preceding sections of this article do not apply to, or affect any free person of color, who, by the treaty between the United States and Spain, became a citizen of the United States, or the descendants of such.
&2047. The slave so emancipated, must leave the state within six months thereafter, and failing to do so, or returning thereafter, must be seized and sold as a slave for life....The county treasurer, sheriff, and all the justices of the peace, and constables, are charged with the execution of this law.
&2276. Negroes, mulattoes, Indians, and all persons of mixed blood, descended from negro or Indian ancestors, to the third generation inclusive, though one ancestor of each generation may have been a white person, whether bond or free, must not be a witness in any cause, civil or criminal, except for or against each other.