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Art. 4. False Pretences, II, 696

Art. 5. Embezzlement, Robbery and Larceny, II, 697

Title 4. Affecting the Administration of Justice, II, 701

and V,156

Art. 1. Perjury and subornation of same, II, 701

Art. 2. Bribery, II, 703

and V,158

Art. 3. Breaking Prison, II, 705

Title 5. Against the Public Peace and Morals, II, 707

and V, 156

Art. 1. Duelling and challenging to fight, II, 708

Art. 2. Unlawful marriages and incest, II, 709

Art. 3. Against Public Decency, &c, II, 710

Tttlk 6. Misdemeanors, II, 712

and V, 156

Title 7. General Provisions, II, 720

CHAP. II. Of Proceedings in Criminal Cases, II, 727

and V, 162

Title 1. Prevention of Crime, II, 727

Title 2. Arrest, Examination and Bail, II, 729

and V, 167

Title 3. Trial by Special Sessions, II, 734

Art. 1. Special Sessions in the Country, II, 734

Abt. 2. Special Sessions in the City of New York, II, 739

Art. 3. General Provisions, II, 741

Art. 4. Certiorari to Special Sessions, V, 175

Title 4. Indictments and Proceedings before Trial, II, 743

and V, 170

Art. 1. Grand Jury, II, 743

Art. 2. Indictments, II, 748

Art. 3. Removal before Trial, II, 755

Title 5. Trial and its Incidents, II, 757

and V, 171

Title 6. Judgment and Execution, II, 702

and V, 173

Art. 1. Judgment and enforcing it, II, 762

Art. 2. Writ of Error and Certiorari, II, 764

and V, 175

Title 7. Special Proceedings, II, 767

Art. 1. Coroners' Inquests, II, 767

and V, 178

Art. 2. Outlawry for Treason, II, 769

Art. 3. Miscellaneous Proceedings, II, 770

Title 8. Fees of Officers. II, 794

• and Y, 180

Vol. Page.

CHAP. m. Of Jails and State Prisons, U,n9

and V, 186

Title 1. County Prisons, II, 779

and V,186

Abt. 1. Designation of them, II, 779

Art. 2. Inspection of them, II, 782

Title 2. State Prisons, II, 784

and V, 187

Art. 1. Custody and Government, II, 785

Art. 2. Labor of Prisoners, II, 803

Art. 3. Treatment of Prisoners, II, 808

Art. 4. Special Provisions, II, 813

Title 3. General Provisions applicable to all Prisons, II, 818

GENERAL STATUTES:

CHAP. IV. Of Juvenile Asylums, V, 206

CHAP. V. Of Insane Criminals, V, 241

CHAP. VI. Of Provisions as to Criminal Courts, V, 245

CHAP. VH. Of Pardons, V, 251

CHAP. Vm. Of Criminal Statistics, V, 251

CHAP. IX. Of Foreign Convicts, V, 257

INDEX

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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.

Art, Bee.

Absence of vice-president, 1 3

of members of congress, 1 5

Acceptance of office, gift. Sec, from

foreign governments, 1 9

Account of receipts and expendi-
tures to be published, 1 9

Accusation to be made known to

the accused, 6th amend.

Acts, records and judicial proceed-
ings:
full faith to be given to those of

the states, 4 1

mode of proving, to be pro- •

vided by congress, 4 1

Adjournment of congress:

less than a majority may, from

day to day, 1 5

not more than three days by

either house, 1 5

not to any other place, 1 5

presidents approval not neces-
sary to, 1 7

to be fixed by president when

two houses disagree, 2 3

Admiralty jurisdiction in the federal

courts, 3 2

Admission of new states, 4 3

Advice and consent of senate 2 2

Age of qualification for representa-
tive, 1 2

for senator, 1 3

for president, 2 1

for vice-president, 12th amend.

Agreement between states and with

foreign powers, 1 10

Alliance by states prohibited, 1 10

Aliens not eligible as president,. 2 1

as vice-president, 12th amend.

naturalization of, 1 8

Art See.

Ambassadors to be appointed by

president, 2 2

to be received by president,... 2 3

subject to judicial power, 3 2

Amendments by senate to revenue

bills 1 7

to the constitution, 5 1

Appellate jurisdiction, 3 2

Appointments of members of con-
gress to civil offices, 1 6

of office-holders as electors,... 2 1

to vacancies in the senate,.... 1 3

of militia officers, 1 8

of pr'dential electors, (12th am.) 2 1

of officers by the president, .. 2 2

Apportionment of representatives,. 1 2

Appropriations limited to two years, 1 8

necessary to expending money, 1 9

Approval by president of acts of

congress, 1 7

Armies, congress to have power to

raise, 1 8

to make rules and regula-
tions, 1 8

president, the commander-in-
chief, 2 2

Arming the militia, congress to pro-
vide for, 1 8

Arms, right of the people to bear, 2d amend.

Arrest, privilege of exemption from, 1 6

Arsenals, power of congress over,.. 1 6

Arts, power to promote, 1 8

Assembling of congress, 1 4

of the people, 1st amend.

Attainder, no bill to be passed, 1 9

none by the states, 1 10

for treason, effect of, 3 3

Attendance of members of congress

compelled, 1 5

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Authentication of records, acta and

proceedings, 4 1

Authors may secure copyrights,... 1 8

Bail, excessive, prohibited, 8th amend.

Bankruptcy, power to establish laws

lor, 1 8

Bill of attainder 1 9

Bills to be presented to president for

approval, 1 7

of credit, not to be emitted by

the states, 1 10

Borrow money, congress may, .... 1 8
Breach of peace, member of con-
gress may be arrested for, 1 6

Bribery, consequence of, 2 4

Buildings for national purposes, ... 1 8

Capital crime, answerable only on

indictment, 5th amend.

Capitation tax, how laid, 1 9

amendment not to affect, 5

Captures to be regulated by congress, 1 8

Census, when to be taken, 1 2

to govern capitation tax, 1 9

Cession of lands to Congress, 1 8

Chief justice to preside on impeach-
ments, 1 3

Citizen, representative must be, ... 1 2

senator must be, 1 3

president, must be, 2 I

vice-president must be, ... 12th amend.

judicial power among, 3 2

entitled to immunities, 4 2

on naturalization to be 1 8

Claim for fugitives from service and

justice, 4 2

Coining money, power vested in con-
gress, 1 8

states may not exercise, 1 10

Coin, counterfeiting of, 1 8

the only lawful tender, 1 10

Collecting dues and customs, 1 8

Commander-in-chief of army, navy

and militia, 2 2

Commerce, power to regulate, 1 8

no preference to be given, .... 1 9

Commissions to be granted by presi-
dent, 2 3

Common defence, congress to provide

for 1 8

Compensation to members of con-
gress, 1 6

to president, 2 1

to judges, 3 1

for private property 5th amend.

Congress, legislation vested in, .... 1 1

what consists of, 1 1

to take census 1 2

'election of members,- 1 4

when to meet, 1 4

to judge of its members, 1 5

to establish rules, 1 5

to punish for disorder, 1 5

Art. Etc.

Congress to expel its members, .... 1 5

to keep a journal, 1 5

to impose taxes and dutieB, ... 1 8

to borrow money, 1 8

to regulate commerce, 1 8

to make naturalization laws, 1 8

to make bankrupt laws, 1 8

to coin money, 1 8

to punish counterfeiting, 1 8

to establish post-offices and

roads, 1 8

to promote art, 1 8

to constitute inferior courts, .. 1 8

to punish piracy, 1 8

to declare war, 1 8

to raise armies, 1 8

to maintain a navy, 1 8

to provide for militia, 1 8

to suppress insurrections, 1 8

to repel invasion, 1 8

to legislate for territories, 1 8

to pass general laws 1 8

not to prohibit migration, 1 lJ

not to confer titles of nobility, 1 9
to regulate choice of president, 2 1
to provide for death of presi-
dent and vice-president, .... 2 1
for appointment of officers, ... 2 2

extra sessions of, 2 3

to regulate judiciary, 3 2

to fix place of trial for crimes,. 3 2
to declare punishment for trea-
son, 3 3

to provide for proving records,. 4 1

to admit new states, 4 3

to govern territories, 4 3

to amend the constitution, ... 5

not to interfere with religion, 1st amend.

to count votes for president, 12th amend.

Consent of congress to receive gifts,

from other nations, 1 9

to adjourn more than three days, 1 5

for states to lay imposts, 1 10

to keep troops or ships, 1 10 1

to engage in war, 1 10

of states, to junction of terri-
tory, 4 3

of citizen, to quartering soldiers

on him, 3d amend.

Constitution, object of, Preamble

to be carried out by laws, .... 1 8

oath to support (art 6) and, .. 2 1

amendments to. 5

the supreme law, 6

powers not conferred by,... 9th amend.

Consuls, amenable to judiciary, ... 3 2

Contracts, obligation not to be im-
paired, I 10

Conviction on impeachments by two-
thirds, 1 3

for treason, 3 3

Counsel for accused in criminal

cases, 6th amend.

Counterfeiting coin, 1 8

Art. Sec.

Courts, of impeachments, 1 3

supreme, 2 2

trial by jury preserved, 7 th amend

inferior, 1 8

judicial power vested in, 3 1

Credit, bills of, 1 10

given to public acts, &c., 4 1

Crimes, triable on indictment, 4 2

triable by jury, 3 2

Criminal cases, no person witness

against himself, 5th amend.

to be regulated. 6th amend.

Cruel punishments prohibited,... 8th amend.

Death of president and vice-presi-
dent, 2 1

Debates in congress to be free, 1 6

Debts of U. S., to be paid 1 8

Defence, common, to be provided for, 1 8
counsel for, in criminal cases, 6th amend.
Departments, power of congress

over 1 8

opinion of, for president, 2 2

appointments by, 2 2

Direct taxes, how to be appor-
tioned, 1, 9 & 1 2

Disciplining the militia, 1 8

Discoveries, exclusive right to, .... 1 8

Disorderly behavior in congress, ... 1 5

District for seat of government, ... 1 8
in which crimes are to be

tried, 6th amend.

Disqualification on impeachment, 1 3

Dockyards, power of congress over, 1 8

Domestic violence, protection against, 4 4

Duties, congress may impose, 1 8

shall be uniform, 1 8

prohibited to the states, 1 10

not on domestic trade, 1 9

Election of representatives 1 2

of senators, 1 3

of presiding officers of congress, 1 3

of president and vice-president, 2 1

each house, judge of, 1 5

Electors, office holder may not be, . 2 1

their qualifications, 1 2

"" 12th amend & 2 1

Eligibility of representative, 1 2

of senator, 1 3

of electors, 2 1

of president, 2 I

of vice-president, 12th amend.

Equal suffrage in the senate 5

Equity powers, of the judiciary,... 3 2

limited, 11th amend.

Excessive bail or fines prohibited, 8th amend.

Excise, power of congress over, ... 1 8

Executive power, vested in the presi-
dent, 2 1

departments to give opinions, . 2 2

officers to take an oath, 6

Expenditures, accounts to be ren-
dered, 1 9

Art. Sec

Exports, no duty on domestic trade, 1 9

no state to impose duty on,... 1 10

Ex post facto laws prohibited to con-
gress, 1 9

prohibited to the states, 1 10

Faith and credit to records, acts,

<kc. 4 1

Felonies on tlie high seas, 1 8

arrest of members of congress

for, .... 1 6

accused of, fleeing from justice, 4 2

Fines not to be excessive, 8th amend.

Foreign nations, commerce with, 1 8

coin, congress may fix value, 1 8

state, gifts by, 1 9

treaties of states with, 1 10

citizens, subject to judicial pow-
er, 3 2

naturalization of, 1 8

Forfeiture for treason 3 3

Forts, power of congress over, 1 8

Freedom of speech and the press, 1st amend.
Fugitives from service and from jus-
tice, 4 2

Good behavior, tenure of office, ... 3 1

Government, seat of, 1 8

republican form of, secured, ... 4 4

Grand jury, indictment by 5th amend.

Guaranty of a republican govern-
ment, 4 4

Habeas corpus, suspension of, 1 9

Heads of departments, their opin-
ions, 2 2

may appoint to office, 2 2

House of representatives, part of

congress, 1 1

members chosen, 1 2

to choose a speaker, <tc, 1 2

power of impeachment, 1 2

judge of its elections, 1 5

establish rules, 1 5

to keep a journal, 1 5

money bills to originate in, ... 1 7

to elect president when,... 12th amend

Immunities of all the citizens, 4 2

Impeachment, how brought, 1 2

how tried, 1 3

power to pardon, 2 2

punishment on, 2 4

Importation of slaves prohibited,... 1 9

Imposts, congress may lay, 1 8

stairs shall not, 1 10

Indians excluded from representa-
tion, 1 2

commerce with 1 8

Indictment, when necessary,.... 5th amend.

Inferior officers, appointment of,. .. 2 2

courts, how established 3 1

Inhabitant, representative must be,. 1 2

senator, I 3

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