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Art. BILLS OF ATTAINDER-passage of, prohibited..

1 passage of, by states, prohibited..

1 BILLS OF CREDIT-states not to emit..

1 BORROW MONEY-congress may....

1 BOUNTIES—debt for, not to be questioned...14th amend. BREACH OF PEACE-members of congress may be arrested for......

1 BRIBERY-impeachment for, removal from office on. 2 BUILDINGS—for national purposes, authority over... 1

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CAPITAL CRIME-answerable only on indictment, except......

5th amend. 40 CAPITATION Tax amendments not to affect.

5 1 35 how laid.......

1 9 26 CAPTURES—rules for, congress to make..

1 8 24 CAUBES-re-examination of.

7th amend. 41 trial by jury of, in suits at common law 7th amend. 41 CEDED PROPERTY-authority of congress over......

1 8 25 CENSUS-capitation tax, governed by..

1 9 when to be taken....

1 2 18 CHIEF JUSTICE—to preside on impeachment of president.

1 3 CITIZENS-controversies among, judicial power extended to........

3 2 32 life, liberty or property, not to be deprived of,

without due process of law...... ..14th amend. 1 president must be..

2 1 29 privileges and immunities, preserved to........ 4 2 34 privileges and immunities of, not to be abridged.....

14th amend. 1 44 representative must be..

1 2 18 right to vote not to be denied or abridged..15th amend. 1 46 rights of, congress to enforce provisions as to.15th amend. 2 46 senator must be....

1 3 20 vice-president must be.

12th amend. 1 42 who regarded as...

14th amend. 1 44 CIVIL ACTIONS—trial by jury in..

7th amend. 41 Civil OFFICERS—of U. S. removal of, by impeachment.

2 4 32 CLEARANCE-of vessels in interstate commerce, not required...

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Art. Sec. Page. COIN-counterfeiting of, power of congress over.... 1 8 24 gold and silver, only lawful tender......

1 10 27 COINING MONEY-power of congress as to.

1 8 24 state prohibited from.....

1 10 27 COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF-of army and navy.

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30 COMMERCE-congress to regulate...

1 8 24 duty on tonnage, states not to lay without consent.....

1 10 28 imposts or duties, states not to lay without consent.....

1 10 27 interstate, vessels in, not required to clear.

1 9 26 regulations of, not to give preference to ports of states.....

1 9 26 COMMISSIONS—to fill vacancies, president may grant. 2 2 31 Common DEFENSE-congress to provide for..

1 8 23 COMPENSATION—judges, of.

3 1 32 president, of....

2 1 30 private property, not to be taken without. 5th amend. 40 senators and represcatatives, of.

1 6 22 COMPULSORY PROCESS-accused to have, in criminal proceedings..

6th amend. 40 CONFEDERATION—debts of original, valid against

6 1 36 states not to enter into...

1 10 27 CONGRESS-adjournment of, disagreement as time of..

2 3 31 president's approval not necessary to.....

1 7 23 quorum, for want of, by either house.

5 21 restriction on powers of, by either house... 1 5 21 armies, to raise and support......

1 8 25 arts, to promote progress of useful.

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24 bail, excessive, not to require.

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41 bankrupt laws, to establish.

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24 bill of attainder, not to pass.

1 9 26 bills, passage, manner of..

1 7 22 passage of, over president's veto..

1 7 22 revenue, where to originate.

1 7 2 captures on land and water, to make rules concerning..

1 8 24 ceded district, to exercise jurisdiction over.....

1 8 25 citizens, privileges and immunities of, not to abridge....

4 2 34

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CONGRESS-Continued.

Art. Seo. Page. citizens, right of, to vote, not to impair. 15th amend. 1 46

rights of, to protect and enforce...15th amend. 2 46 commerce, to regulate....

1 8 24 constitution, to propose amendments to....... 5 1 counterfeiting, to provide punishment for.... 1 8 24 courts, inferior, to constitute.....

1 8 24 inferior to supreme court, to establish.. 3 1 32 crime, rights of parties accused of, not to abridge...

6th amend. 40 debts of United States, to pay.

1 8 23 electors, presidential, may determine time of choosing...

2 1 29 enumeration, to direct taking of.....

1 2 18 exports from a state, to lay no tax or duty on.... 1 9 26 felonies, to define and punish...

1 8 24 forces, land and naval, to make rules for government of .....

18 25 freedom of speech or press, laws abridging, not to make...

1st amend. 39 gifts, etc., from other nations, consent of, to receive.....

1 9 27 habeas corpus, suspension of vrit of, powers of, as to, restricted..

1 9 26 imposts, consent of, for states to lay.

1 10 27 income tax, power to lay and collect. . 16th amend.

46 journals, each house to keep, etc....

1 5 21 judges, compensation or term of office of, not to limit..

3 1 32 laws, ex post facto, not to pass...

1 9 26 necessary, to carry powers into execution, to make.....

1 8 legislative powers vested in.

1 1 17 letters of marque and reprisal, to grant.

1 8 24 meeting of......

1 4 21 members of, absence of....

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21 arrest, privileged from..

1 6 22 compensation of..

1 6 22 disorderly behavior of.

1 5 21 election of..

1 4 20 expulsion of..

1 5 21 ineligibility of, to hold other offices.

1 6 qualifications of, each house to judge.. 1 5 21

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CONGRE88-Continued.

Art. Sec. Page. members of, U. S. officials ineligible for..

1 6 22 militia, calling forth, to provide for...

1 8 25 organizing, arming, etc., to provide for.. 1 8 25 money, to borrow, on credit of United States...

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24 to coin and regulate value of...

1 8 24 naturalization laws, to establish.

1 8 24 navy, to provide and maintain.

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25 new states, may admit..

4 3 35 nobility, title of, not to grant..

1 9 27 offenses against law of nations, to punish...... 1 8 24 office, disability for, may remove......14th amend. 3 45 people, personal rights of, not to infringe......5th amend. 40 right of, as to security of persons, not to infringe..

.....4th amend. 40 to bear arms, not to be infringed..... 2d amend. 39 persons, migration or importation of, powers of, as to..

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26 petition, laws abridging right of, not to make.. 1st amend. 39 piracies, to define and punish.

24 ports, to give no preference to, of one state over another..

1 9 26 post-offices and roads, to establish.

1 8 24 records, etc., to provide manner of proving... 4

34 religion, laws as to establishment of, not to

1st amend. 39 rules of proceedings, each house may determine. 1 5 21 science, to promote progress of...

1 8 24 senate and house of representatives, to consti

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17 soldiers, not to quarter, except, etc..

3d amend. 39 state imposts and duties, to revise and control.. 1 10 27

inspection laws, to revise and control..... 1 10 27 states, admissions of new, into union, by ..

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35 agreements or compacts between, not to be made, without consent of...

1 10 26 formation of, by junction of, etc., consent of, for...

4 3 35 taxes and imposts, to lay and collect..

1 8 23 taxes, capitation or direct, not to lay, unless, etc.

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CONGRESS-Continued.

Art. Sec. Page. territories, to govern...

4 3 35 territory purchased for forts, etc., jurisdiction over.

1 8 25 tonnage, duty on, consent of, for states to lay... 1 10 28 treason, may declare punishment for,

3 3 33 trial by jury, to preserve right of....

7th amend. 41 vessels, to give no preference to, of one state over another.....

1 9 26 war, consent of, for states to engage in.

1 10 28 to declare.

1 8 24 CONSTITUTION-amendments to, how proposed, etc. 5 1 35 laws to carry out, congress to make.

1 8 25 oath to support (art. 6).

2 1 30 object of ..

Preamble. 17 powers not delegated by, etc., reserved. 10th amend. 41 supreme law of the land, to be.

6 2 36 CONSULS—appointment of, by president.

2 2 31 cses affecting, judicial power extended to..... 3 2 33 CONTRCTS -laws impairing obligations of, states not to pass......

1 10 27 CONVENTION-for proposing amendments, how called...

5 1 CONVICTION—for treason.

3 3 33 on impeachment..

1 3 20 COPYRIGHTS—congress may provide for.

1 8 24 COUNSEL-party accused to have right of.

6th amend. 40 COUNTERFEITING—congress to provide punishment

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24 COURTs-inferior, congress may establish.

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32 judges of, term and compensation of.

3 1 judicial power, vested in.

3 1 32 trial by jury in.....

7th amend. 41 CREDIT-given to public acts and records.

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34 bills of, states not to emit...

1 10 27 CRIMES—parties accused of, rights of.

5th amend. 40 removal from office for, by impeachment.

32 trial for, except in impeachments, to be by jury..

2 33 mode of regulated.

.6th amend. 40 place of .

2 33 CRUEL OR UNUSUAL PUNISHMENTS—prohibited.....8th amend. 41

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