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Art. Sec

Inhabitant, president and vice-presi-
dent, 12th amend.

Inspection laws, imposed by states,. 1 10

Insurrections, duty of United States, 4 4

Invasion, " " 4 4

militia may be called out, 1 8

habeas corpus may be sus-
pended, 1 9

Inventors may have patents, 1 8

Journal, congress to keep and pub-
lish, 1 5

veto to be entered on, 1 7

Judges, how appointed, 2 2

tenure of ollice. 3 1

bound by constitution, laws and

ti-eaiie« 6

Judicial power, where vested, 3 1

to what it extends, 3 '/

limited, llth amend.

proceedings, full faith to be

given to, 4 1

officers to take oath, 6

Jurisdiction, admiralty and maritime, 3 2

original and appellate, 3 2

Jury, trials for crimes by, 3 2

in suits at common law, 7th amend.

speedy trial by, 6th amend.

grand, indictment by, 5th amend.

Justice, fugitives from, 4 2

Land and naval forces, rules for, ... 1 8

Laud ceded to or purchased by U. S., 1 8

grants of, under different states, 3 2

Law of nations, offenses against,... 1 8

ex post facto, forbidden, 1 9

by states, 1 10

impairing obligation of con-
tracts, I 10

and equity, judicial power as to, 3 2

limited, llth amend.

and fact, jurisdiction as to, 3 2

of congress, supreme, 6

due process of, when neces-
sary, 5th amend.

fixing place of trial, 6th amend.

of naturalization and bank-
ruptcy, 1 8

Laws of the Union, how enforced,. 1 8

power of congress to make,... 1 8
of the states, when subject to

control of congress, 1 10

to be executed by the president, 2 3
of the U. S., judicial power ex-
tends to, 3 2

of the states, subordinate to con-

gtitution, &a, 6

Legislation, exclusive in congress,.. 1 8
Legislative powers, vested in con-
gress, 1 1

Legislatures of states to choose sen-
ators, 1 3

to provide for elections to con-
gress, 1 4

Art sec.

Legislatures, cessions of lands by, 1 8

choice of electors, 2 1

consent to forming new states, 4 3

to act on amendments 5

members to take oath, 6

Letters of marque and reprisal,

when granted, 1 8

prohibited to states, 1 10

Liberty, subject to due process of

law, 5th amend.

Life or limb, not twice put in jeo-

ardy, 5th amend.

Life, liberty and property, entitled to

due process of law, 5th amend.

Lists of electoral votes to be made, 12lh amen.

Magazines, exclusive power over,.. 1 8
Majority, to constitute a quorum in

congress, 1 5

of electoral votes, 12th amend.

of state votes to choice of presi-
dent, 12th amend.

of senators to choice of vice-
president, 12th amend.

Maritime jurisdiction, vested in

courts, 3 2

Measures and weights to be fixed by

congress 1 8

Meeting of congress once every year, 1 4

Migration of persons, 1 9

Militia, calling forth, 1 8

organizing and disciplining, ... 1 8

president, commander of, 2 2

necessary to security, 2d amend.

Ministers, appointment of, 2 2

reception of, 2 3

Misdemeanors, trial of officers for, 2 4

Money, power to borrow, 1 8

to coin and regulate value, 1 8

to raise, 1 8

appropriations of, 1 9

no state to coin, 1 10

Names of members to be entered

on journal, I 5

Naturalization, laws for, 1 8

Naval forces, government of, 1 8

Navy, power to maintain, 1 8

president the commander of, .. 2 2

New states, may be admitted 4 3

Nobility, no title of, to be granted

by U. S...... 1 9

nor by the states, 1 10

Nominations by president to senate, 2 2

Oath, on impeachment, 1 3

of president 2 1

to support the constitution, ... 6

for warrants of arrest, 4th amend.

Obligation of contracts, not to be

impaired, 1 10

Offenses against law of nations, ... 1 8
twice in jeopardy, for, 5th amend.

Office, forfeiture of, on impeachment, 1 3

Ait Sec

Office, senator and representative

ineligible to, 1 6

eligibility to, 2 1

removal from, 2 1

oath of, 2 1

Officers of house of representatives, 1 2

of the senate, 1 3

of the militia, 1 8

of the U. S.. appointments of,. 2 2

commissions for, 2 3

removal of, 2 4

to take oath,.... 6

Opinion of departments, when given, 2 2

Organizing militia, 1 8

Original jurisdcition of court*, 3 2

Overt act, necessary in treason 3 3

Owners of slaves, may reclaim them, 4 2

Papers, when secure from search, 4th amend.

Pardons, by whom granted, 2 2

Patent rights, may be granted, .... 1 8
Penalties on absentees from congress, 1 5
People, to <hoose representatives, 1 2

enumeration of, 1 2

may petition government, .. 1st amend.

may bear arms, 2d amend.

may be secure from search,. 4th amend.

powers reserved to, 10th amend.

Petition, right to, secured, 1st

Piracy, power to define and punish, 1
Post-offices and roads, may be estab-
lished, 1

Power to grant reprieves and par-
dons, 2

to make treaties, 2

to make appointments, 2

judicial, where vested, 3

limited, 11th amend.

legislative, where vested, 1 1

executive, where vested, 2 1

of congress, 1 8

Powers not delegated, where ves-
ted, 10th amend.

Preference of ports prohibited, .... 1 9
Presentment by grand jury, when

necessary, 5th amend.

President of U. S., how to be tried, 1 3

to approve bills 1 7

may veto them 1 7

executive power of, 2 1

election of, 2 1

election of, 12th amend.

to be a natural born citizen, .. 2 1

compensation of, 2

oath of office,. 2

to be commander-in-chief, ... 2
may grant reprieves and par-
dons,- , 2

make treaties, 2

appoint officers, 2

fill vacancies, 2

annual .message, 2

cenveue extra session* 2

may adjourn congress, 2

amend,
amend.

amend.

4 3
amend,
amend.

amend.

Art. gee.

President, may be impeached, 2 4

receives foreign ministei-s, .... 2 3
President of the senate, the vice-
president is. 1 3

pro tem. to be chosen, 1 3

Press, freedom of, secured, 1st amend.

Private property, when taken for

public use, 5th amend.

Privilege of habeas corpus, 1 9

from arrest, 1 6

of the citizen, 4 2

Proceedings of congress, journal of, 1 5

judicial, full faith to, 4 1

Process of law, when necessary, oth

in criminal cases, 6th

Prohibited powers, where ves-
ted, 10th

Proof of records, acts and proceed-
ings,

Property of U. S. under control of

congress,

of citizen, secure from seizure, 4th
citizen not to be deprived of, 5th
private, when taken for public

use, ... 5th

Prosecutions for criminal offenses, 6th
not against a state by a citi-
zen, 11th

Public acts, full faith to,

danger, 5th

ministers,

money,

safety,

trust, religious test not to be

required,

use of private property,.... 5th
Publication of journals of congress, 1 5
of receipts and expenditures, 1 9
Punishment by each house of its

members, 1 5

on impeachment, I 3

for counterfeiting, 1 8

for treason, 3 3

cruel, prohibited, 8lh amend.

Quartering of soldiers on the citi-
zen, 3d

Quorum, what constitutes, 1 5

when not necessary, 1 5

ona choice of president and vice-
president, 12th amend.

amend.
4 1
amend.
2 2
1 9
1 9

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Art Sec.

Regulation of property of U. S.,... 4 3
Religion, free exercise secured, .. 1st amend.
Religious test, none may be required,
Removal in case of impeachment,..

of president and vice-president,

from office,

Representation, vacancies in,

Representatives, qualification of,...

liouse of,

numbers what,..

ineligible to office,

not to be an elector,

when chosen,

to be apportioned, how,

each state to have one,

ill fir^t congress,

to choose speaker and officers,.

power to impeach,

election of,

power of,

c nitpmsution

ter.ii of office, ,

pr vilege from arrest

to take o ith,

Ke uieves and pardons,

R. p; is 1 letters of, by congress,

prohibited to states,

Republic in form of government gua-
ranteed

R.-served rights, 9th amend.

p .w rs, lOtli amend.

to offi. er the militia, 1 8

Resignation of senators, 1 3

of president, 2 1

Resolutions, concurrent, 1 7

Revenue bills, to originate in house

of representatives, 1 7

Right of conscience, 1st amend.

of the people to petition, ... 1st amend.

to bear arms, 2d amend.

to be secure in person, &c, 4th amend.

of accused in criminal cases, 6th amend.

of trial by jury, 7th amend.

in writings and discoveries, ... 1 8

of domestic security, 3d amend.

to writ of habeas corpus, 1 9

Roads and post-offices, 1 8

Rules of proceedings of congress,.. 1 5

concerning captures, 1 8

and articles of war, 1 8

of the common law, 7th amend.

Science and arts, promotion of, .... 1 8
Searches and seizures regulated,.. 4th amend.
Seat of government, exclusive juris-
diction over, 1

Secrecy of proceedings of congress, 1

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Senate how composed, 1

president of, 1

to try impeachments, 1

to judge of its own members,.. 1

establish its own rules, &c, .. 1

keep a journal, 1

not adjourn more than three days 1

Art. See.

Senate may amend revenue bills, .. 1 7

may consent to treaties, 2 2

to appointments, .... 2 2

equal suffrage in, 5

may choose vice-president.. 12th amend.

Senator, qualification of) 1 3

ineligible to office, 1 6

may not be an elector, 2 1

two from each state, 1 3

term of office, 1 3

may be appointed to till a va-
cancy, 1 3

how chosen, 1 4

compensation, 1 6

privileged from arrest, 1 6

to take an oath, 6

Session of congress once a year, 1 4

Ships of war, states may not keep,. 1 10
Silver and gold the only lawful ten-
der 1 10

Slaves, included in representation, 1 2

importation of, 1 9

fugitive, to be delivered up,.... 4 2
Soldier not to be quartered on the

citizen 3d amend.

Speaker of house of representatives, 1 2

Speech, freedom of debate, 1 G

freedom of, 1st amend.

Standard of weights and measures, 1 8
States, each to have one representa-
tive, 1 2

two senators from each, 1 3

prescribe elections to congress,. 1 4

may not tax exports, 1 9

prohibitions to 1 10

may choose electors, 2 1

public acts and records of, 4 1

citizens of, entitled to privileges, 4 2

to deliver up fugitives, 4 2

to have republican form of go-
vernment, 4 4

to be defended from invasion,.. 4 4
to have equal suffrage in the

senate, .. 5

choice of president by,.... 12th amend.

electors to meet in, 12th amend.

commerce among, 1 8

appoint officers of militia, .... 1 8

new, may be admitted, 4 3

may amend constitution, 5

rights reserved to,.., 10th amend.

may not be sued by citizens, 11th amend.

Suits, judicial power over, 11th amend.

Support of constitution, oath for,... 6

Supreme court, judges of, 2 2

judicial power, 3 1

appellate power, 3 2

Supreme law of the land, 6

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Art. Bee.

Term of office of senators, 1 3

of president and vice-president, 2 1

of representative, 1 2

of judges, 3 1

Territory, exclusive legislation over, 1 8

congress may regulate 4 3

Testimony of two witnesses in trea-
son, 3 3

Three-fifths of slaves included in

representation, 1 2

Three-fourths of states to ratify con-
stitution, 5

Title of nobility prohibited, 1 10

Tonnage duty prohibited to states,.. 1 10

Training militia reserved to the states, 1 8

Treason, member of congress arrest-
ed for, 1 6

conviction of, 2 4

what it consists in, 3 3

accused of, to be delivered up,. 4 2

Treasury, money, how drawn from, 1 9

how supplied, 1 10

Treaties, how made, 2 2

judicial power over, 3 2

the supreme law, 6

prohibited to states, 1 10

Trial, by jury, secured, 7th amend.

and 3 2

where to be had, 6th amend.

of impeachments, 1 3

Tribunals, inferior to supreme court, 1 8

Two-thirds necessary to convict on

impeachment, 1 3

to expel a member, 1 5

to override a veto, 1 7

to make a treaty, 2 2

to amend the constitution, .... 5
on election of president,... 12th amend.
"of vice-president, 12th amend.

Art. Sec.

United States, when party to a suit, 3 2

treason against, 3 3

its laws, treaties, &c., supreme, 6
powers not delegated to,. . 10th amend.

Unusual punishments prohibited, 8th amend.

Vacancies in representation, 1 2

in the senate 1 3

during recess, 2 2

Value of money, regulated by con-
gress, 1 8

Veto power of the president, 1 7

Vice-president, casting vote only, 1 3

term of office, 2 1

qualification of, 12th amend.

when to be president, 2 1

may be impeached, 2 4

how chosen, 12th amend.

Vote, each senator entitled to one, 1 3

casting, of vice-president, 1 3

when taken by yeas and nays, 1 7

of electors, 12th amend.

when taken by states, 12th amend.

War, congress may declare, 1 8

rules and articles of, 1 8

no state shall make, 1 10

levying when treason, 3 3

Warrants, for crime, to be on oath,.. 5th am.
Weights and measures, standard of 1 8
Witnesses, what necessary in trea-
son 3 3

not against himself, 5th amend.

to be confronted with accused, 6th am.
compulsory process against, 6th amend.

Writings, exclusive right in, 1 8

Yeas and nays, when entered ou

journal, 1 5

when must be taken, 1 7

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